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The Minister for Faith went on a tour of Anglican cathedrals and all we got was a lousy report

The Minister for Faith went on a tour of Anglican cathedrals and all we got was a lousy report

Posted: Thu, 04 Jan 2018 by Stephen Evans

Stephen Evans questions the point of a Minister for Faith and says his recent tour of all of England's Anglican cathedrals was a waste of ministerial time and taxpayers' money.

Tags: Religious privilege, Church repairs

The folly of the civil service’s ‘faith and belief champion’

The folly of the civil service’s ‘faith and belief champion’

Posted: Wed, 15 Nov 2017 by Chris Sloggett

A new civil service post may be intended to promote 'inclusion'. But insistently bringing religion into the workplace will promote it and encourage an assertive form of selfishness at public expense, says Chris Sloggett.

Tags: Public Services, Religion & Belief, Religious privilege

Britain should embrace secularism as it loses its religion

Britain should embrace secularism as it loses its religion

Posted: Fri, 08 Sep 2017 by Chris Sloggett

As new data suggests non-belief is at a record high, Chris Sloggett says secularists should be more assertive in making the case for freedom of and from religion.

Tags: British values, Secularism, Religious privilege, Religious Right

Food for thought! Imposing worship in Australian schools

Food for thought! Imposing worship in Australian schools

Posted: Thu, 10 Aug 2017 by A Parent

Blinkers go on when people talk about religion. So one parent in a Queensland school thought she would use food to explain the impact of the school's version of 'inclusiveness'. The school tells her that her child can go somewhere else while the prayer is being said. The picture is of the prayer recited at the regular assembly.

Tags: Australia, Religious privilege, Collective Worship, Parents Perspective

Council prayers: none so deaf as those that will not hear

Council prayers: none so deaf as those that will not hear

Posted: Tue, 17 Mar 2015 by Alastair Lichten

Those who regard the imposition of religious values and practices in secular spaces as benign should be more aware of their privilege, argues Alastair Lichten.

Tags: Council Prayers, Religious privilege