Is it wrong to be an extremist?

Barely a day goes by at the moment without some mention of extremism in the news. The government has a counter-extremism strategy, Prevent, Ofsted are busy assessing schools on their extremism and their commitment to British values, and there is an extremism commission in the offing to look at how the government can do more... Continue Reading →

The Christian case for ‘austerity’

The surprisingly close defeat suffered by Jeremy Corbyn in the recent election, and his subsequent boost in the polls, has triggered a wave of doubt amongst defenders of sound public finances. Cabinet Ministers such as Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have been pushing for a relaxation of the 1% public sector pay cap, and even... Continue Reading →

What’s God’s vision for government?

We live at a crucial moment for Western civilisation. A century of decadence and declining engagement with the historic Christian religion has left a culture hollowed out. Family breakdown is rife and producing its poisonous fruit across society. The birth rate is at an all-time low and beneath the rate of replacement, leaving populations ageing... Continue Reading →

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