Anti-Christian Law and Christian Citizenship

By Julian Rivers 26 Mar 2014

Extending his Cambridge Paper 'Three principles for Christian citizens', Professor Julian Rivers considers the ways in which recent legal developments express a view of the nature and purpose of law which is anti-Christian.

It seeks to explore the deeper causes behind the recent spate of legal problems affecting Christians and considers what the proper response should be.

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