Posts from May2016

‘Man shall not live by bread alone.’

Whether you are for or against ‘Brexit’, the fact is the EU has drifted from its original moral vision to put economics before values; while the Bible is clear that human existence is not just about ‘the standard of living’ but also ‘the quality of life’. The European project has […]

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Ramadan – 30 Days to pray for Muslims

In his book ‘A wind in the House of Islam’, David Garrison reports on six years of research from North Africa to Indonesia where he found that more Muslims are changing allegiance to Jesus than at any time in church history. Even more amazing is the fact that the phenomenon […]

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Children can decide if they are gay but not “Christian”

In ‘post-Christian’ Britain, if a primary-age child asks her teacher: “Miss, my best friend is a girl, so am I gay?” she is likely to be told: “That’s up to you to decide.” However, if the child asks: “Am I a Christian?” legal action could be taken?    A Derby […]

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London has a Muslim mayor

Is Sadiq Khan’s appointment as mayor of London, a triumph for the flagging multi-cultural dream, or is it an ominous sign of the subtle progress of unhealthy Islamic influence in the capital? Will Khan increase segregation and violence or harmony and societal enrichment

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Deobandi mosques radicalise Britain’s Muslims

Having got past the straight-jacket of ‘political correctness’, Britain is now developing the vocabulary to distinguish between “good” and “bad” Muslims and to affirm or challenge (at law if necessary) anti-social or radicalised behaviour. I have over-edited an important report from Irfan Al-Alawi.

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