The latest Social Issues Bulletin is published today

The Bulletin from Affinity's Social Issues Team is published today. Use the links below to download the whole Bulletin or individual articles. In this issue we have a piece by Wayne Harris, National Director of Crossteach, asking whether it is still possible to teach about Christianity in schools today. He is very much of the opinion that it is. Secondly, Roger Hitchings writes on the need for the church to be much more aware of its responsibilities within the current social care crisis. Then Tim Dieppe of Christian Concern gathers plenty of statistics and comment to consider the challenge posed by Islam in the UK. Finally, Norman Wells of the Family Education Trust reviews 'A better story', the recent book by Glynn Harrison. We conclude with a review of current legal cases of interest.

The Bulletin - November 2017

Is it still possible to teach about the Christian faith in schools?

Social Care and the church

The challenge of Islam in the UK

Review: A better story


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