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Core Issues Trust Statement on Proposed Restrictions on Therapy for Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions

Core Issues Trust provides a space for individuals to safely explore their sexual attraction fluidity issues. Clients have different goals, and as with any therapeutic process, outcomes vary. Some clients, seeking viable and meaningful relationships with the opposite sex, find the capacity for that.

2 July 2018   Press Office

No such crime as ‘homophobia’, says judge, awarding damages to Christian market trader

After 15 years of selling watches and mobile phone cases at his stall at Chichester market, Steve Loha had his licence revoked with immediate effect after a customer complained that he was offered an “offensive” Christian cartoon tract in May 2017.However, in a judgment delivered on Friday 20th July in Chichester County Court, a judge has found that Mr Loha’s removal was illegal.

26 July 2018   Press Office

The heresy of liberal democracy

Christian Concern’s Joe Boot examines the challenges presented by liberal democracy. The question of authority The inescapable question that confronts us in every aspect of life is the question of authority. Whom and what will we believe, how will we live, and by what standard? There are a variety of ways we come to know ...

20 March 2019   Articles

On the flying of flags

Martin Davie, theological consultant to the Church of England Evangelical Council, looks into the issue of Church of England churches flying the rainbow flag. This article was originally posted on his blog, Reflections of an Anglican Theologian. The purpose of this post is to consider the issue of the flying of the LGBTI+ rainbow flag by ...

18 September 2018   Articles

Jihad in Manchester

Tim Dieppe comments on the attack in Manchester this week. He discusses the need to defeat the ideology behind attacks like this. Monday 22nd May saw the worst terror attack in the UK for twelve years, with 22 killed and 64 injured. Perhaps not coincidentally, it took place on the fourth anniversary of the brutal ...

24 May 2017   Articles

Will the next government help persecuted Christians?

Tim Dieppe comments on The Barnabas Fund Manifesto for Persecuted Christians which proposes clear practical policy recommendations for the next government. Christians are facing extinction from some parts of the Middle East. Villages and churches are being destroyed. Those unable to flee are frequently offered a stark choice: convert to Islam, or be beheaded. This ...

12 May 2017   Articles

British Muslims: a community in denial?

Tim Dieppe comments on a Policy Exchange survey of British Muslims which is the largest survey of Muslims in Britain to date. The think tank Policy Exchange commissioned ICM to conduct the most extensive survey to-date of British Muslim opinion. The results were published earlier this month in a report titled “Unsettled Belonging”. This poll ...

14 December 2016   Articles

Big Boris: Doublespeaking on the London buses.

Andrea Williams comments on the case of Core Issues Trust and their banned bus advert. In another spectacular display of the establishment capitulating to the politically correct we see Mrs Justice Lang expressly refusing to let Core Issues Trust win. It’s a bad judgment and a bad day for free speech. After all no-one seems ...

13 March 2013   Articles

Pray for Nurse Chaplin and her freedom to wear a cross

The Christian Legal Centre is supporting the case of Shirley Chaplin, a nurse who was banned from working on hospital wards for wearing a cross around her neck. This week she will take the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Trust to an employment tribunal after she was told last year that she must hide or ...

28 March 2010   Articles
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