Tag: Truth

Life without certainty: Margaret Atwood’s ambiguous worlds by Rachel Thorpe

Life without certainty: Margaret Atwood’s ambiguous worlds by Rachel Thorpe

Margaret Atwood is one of the most important and influential writers alive today. Her fiction explores and reflects the current cultural move away from metanarrative and towards fragmented notions of truth. She celebrates this new intellectual trend, whilst also revealing the damage done by its more confused, frustrated and narcissistic elements.

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Christian hoteliers wrong over gay discrimination

Christian hoteliers wrong over gay discrimination

by John Hayward I have just given a pre-recorded radio interview about the court decision against the bed and breakfast owners, Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who refused service to civil partners Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy on the basis of their sexuality. Here’s what I said: If we are going to open our homes to […]

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What’s wrong with equality legislation? by Julian Rivers

What’s wrong with equality legislation? by Julian Rivers

Professor Julian Rivers discusses problems caused by equality legislation. Also see his Cambridge Paper, Three principles for Christian citizens

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