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Can Christians Contribute to a Secular Democracy?
Government always involves an element of coercion. Absolute pacifists are taxed to pay for aircraft carriers, environmentalists for nuclear power stations. Yet democracy depends on citizens treating each other as rational decision makers; our laws are meant to be built upon consent rather than coercion.… Read more
David Cameron’s Call to Evangelism: An Evangelical Response
We are not deeply concerned with political matters at Saints and Sceptics. It is just as well; while the different writers can worship as one, we cannot find a set of political policies which would unite us. When we compare our political beliefs with those held by our brothers and sisters across the Atlantic, matters become even more confusing.… Read more
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