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HEART Christian newspaper | October 15, 2019

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Free speech win is a “game changer”

July 27, 2019 |

Appeal victory sees off a “tsunami” of similar cases

The recent legal victory of student social worker Felix Ngole is a “game changer” that could protect thousands of other Christians who have lived in fear of expressing their views in … Read More

Watershed win could now help other persecuted professionals

July 26, 2019 |

Thrown off bench for expressing his opinion

This June Christian magistrate Richard Page lost his appeal against being struck off the judiciary.

Mr Page was sacked for saying, privately, that a child does best with a mother and a father. … Read More

Christians at heart of Hong Kong protests

July 26, 2019 |

Hong Kong anti-extradition law protest on 16 June 

WHILE the British media have rightly highlighted the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong this summer, they have been peculiarly quiet about the faith at the heart of the demonstrations.

Yet such is … Read More

Sweet victory for Christian bakers

July 26, 2019 |

The US Supreme Court has overruled a lower court decision against a Christian bakery that refused to make a cake for a lesbian wedding.

For the owners of the Oregon bakery, Aaron and Melissa Klein, it was the end of … Read More

Burmese Christians forced to convert

July 26, 2019 |

Officials in western Burma (Myanmar) have forced three Christians to become Buddhists, according to Morning Star News.

Firstly, in May, two ethnic Chin Christians, a pastor and member of his house church, were taken from their homes in Padi Kyin … Read More

Hymns replaced with communist anthems

July 26, 2019 |

Churches in China are being forced to sing songs praising the state instead of God.

The communist government is banning traditional hymns and ordering registered churches to use a new ‘hymnbook’.

Religious liberty magazine Bitter Winter reports that the Religious … Read More

The power of public preaching

July 26, 2019 |

Despite UK street preachers frequently getting arrested for daring to state what the Bible says, Christians from ten churches gathered on 29 June to read the Bible publicly for the ninth annual Gloucester Bible Day.

A talk on Gloucester’s Christian … Read More

Christian rugby star bullied by PC brigade

July 26, 2019 |

Now merely agreeing with an orthodox opinion makes you unfit to play for your country

AS THE Rugby World Cup starts in Japan in September, Billy Vunipola will be a dead cert for the England team if he’s fit.

But … Read More

Asia Bibi safely in Canada – but “no thanks to Foreign Office”

May 24, 2019 |

Campaigner Luke de Pulford has accused the Foreign Office of having a “blind spot” over suffering Christians, which could be seen in its treatment of Asia Bibi. Read More

China hires agents to spy on churches

May 23, 2019 |

China turns pastors into political pawns

The Chinese government is reportedly employing ordinary citizens as paid informants to report on church activities, in addition to police and secret services.

According to China Aid, a church elder from Kaifeng, Henan, said that officials in his area recruit one person from each village to spy on churches. He also said the spies are supposed to report Christians who take children to church. Read More

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