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Why should Christians vote on Thursday?
By Tim Farron This Thursday is polling day – it is the first time that most of us have the chance to vote since the 2019 general election, and because Covid meant that so many contests were deferred last year these are the biggest set of elections for many decades. So we have elections for […]
How Thomas the doubter went furthest
Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have come to believe. John 20:29 Last week when outlining the many resurrection appearances in the Gospels, there was one glaring omission. Thomas was absent. This is entirely in keeping with the story as John tells it for when the risen Jesus came to the disciples […]
Christian opposition to Covid passports grows
European Christians are opposing Covid-19 passports inside the EU arguing that it is discriminatory. Members of the European Christian Political Movement (ECPM) said they are “deeply concerned” about the creation and implementation of the Digital Green Certificate. The members of European Parliament were commenting on proposals by the European Commission to create a Digital Green Certificate, […]