February 19, 2015
- Ahead of the assisted suicide debate, it is time for Scottish Christians to act.
- The Alliance’s survey Faith in politics? has found that the issue of most importance to evangelicals when considering their vote is religious liberty and freedom of expression. In many ways this is no great surprise given that the redemptive Christian narrative is all about freedom; a movement away from the bondage of sin and death to freedom and life.
- Don Horrock's explains how a new memorandum from the Royal College of Psychiatrists and Department of Health effectively prevents any medical or counselling professionals who call themselves ‘counsellors’ from recommending reparative therapy.
- The Alliance was very concerned about the initially draconian nature of the government's proposals, with their potentially severe consequences for freedom of speech, thought and association in universities. The latest retreat by the Home Secretary is therefore welcome – but doubts remain.
- The Evangelical Alliance’s Faith in Politics? report released today shows 32 per cent ranked poverty and inequality top of the issues that will affect their vote
February 18, 2015
- This research explores whether evangelicals are engaged in politics, including their likelihood of voting and the issues that matter most.
- A survey of more than 2,000 evangelical Christians has revealed that nearly double the national average intend to vote in this year’s general election. They also want political parties to pursue policies for the common good of society, particularly for the poorest and most vulnerable.
February 17, 2015
- With your help, we want to see more Christians getting involved in politics, and indeed taking the lead in all areas of public life.
February 16, 2015
- Faith leaders have condemned the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians as the “clearest indication yet of the policy of brutal religious cleansing” by the Islamic State.
- Help us understand the beliefs, practices and habits of evangelical Christians in the UK today.