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Salmond’s Comments On Faith Are Ironically Self-Defeating

Salmond’s Comments On Faith Are Ironically Self-Defeating

Alan Grant September 9, 2015 0

It’s Ok Alex, I Prefer People Who Win Referendums Over Those Who Don’t.  Over the course of the 2012 U.S. Presidential election, presidential candidate – and contender for the title of World’s Most Realistic

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Is David Cameron Right to Say Britain is a Christian Country?

Is David Cameron Right to Say Britain is a Christian Country?

Sam Woolfe April 17, 2014 0

Many were surprised to see David Cameron take on a new persona, that of an evangelical Christian. In an article he wrote for the Church Times, our beloved PM made had the following to

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Why libertarians shouldn’t support the right of religion to opt-out of same-sex marriage

Why libertarians shouldn’t support the right of religion to opt-out of same-sex marriage

Christina Annesley February 25, 2014 7

I’m going to hold my hands up here – I don’t really care about freedom of religion. I’m an atheist, I don’t think religion provides a net positive contribution to the world, I think

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Denmark Bans Kosher Slaughter Methods

Denmark Bans Kosher Slaughter Methods

Sam Woolfe February 17, 2014 1

Denmark has recently decided to ban the kosher and halal methods of slaughter. Denmark’s Agriculture and Food Ministry announced that this new ban will come into effect today. Similar bans already exist in Poland,

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In the face of secularism, we should keep religion in our schools

In the face of secularism, we should keep religion in our schools

Backbencher October 16, 2013 2

James Evans discusses the case for keeping religion as a part of education. In conflicts across the world, including in Vietnam and in the Middle East, Western leaders have repeatedly claimed that they are

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Pastafarian Extremists

Pastafarian Extremists

Backbencher September 4, 2013 0

By Greg Dooley Breaking news from Texas: After long fight, an American Pastafarian finally wins the right to don religious headwear in the photo for his state-issued driver’s license. In contrast to the relentless

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Religion’s role in politics

Religion’s role in politics

Backbencher June 23, 2013 0

By Rachel Auld   There is an old saying that the British Labour Party owes more to “Methodism than Marx”. In a secular state, religion and politics are not supposed to mix, but they

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Losing Faith in Schools

Losing Faith in Schools

Sam Woolfe May 1, 2013 5

  According to the British Humanist Association there are currently 7000 state funded faith schools in the UK, mostly Christian, but all are legally allowed to discriminate on the basis of religion. Furthermore, all

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