Posts from July2017

Secularism & liberal values – a dangerous cocktail?

British values have a history of both provoking and tolerating objectionable ideologies. This is partly why the destiny of Islam itself (and its place in the world) may be determined – not in the so called “Muslim world” but – in some unlikely places such as London, Manchester and Birmingham. […]

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British Muslims must do more than just condemn

Cabinet Minister Sajid Javid is himself of Muslim heritage. He takes the issue of Muslim protest against Islamist violence to the next level by insisting condemnation alone is not enough – Muslims must do more. But what? Our country has repeatedly experienced terror. We react to the barbarity by expressing […]

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A Christian bridge over troubled waters?

We are living in tense times as Muslims and the wider population feel under threat. The miracle is that British societies are learning not to feel that their neighbour is the threat but rather that we are all under threat from Islamism. In a guest blog, Andy Pratt, the Other […]

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Meeting Muslims in the prophet’s stories

A former Pope rightly said: ‘Wherever truth is found, it is the Lord’s’. It’s thought that 23 of the 26 “prophets” mentioned in the Qur’an are biblical. In this guest blog, Jan Pike – a pioneer of an innovative way of Christian engagement with Muslims – shares how the lives […]

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