EU Referendum debate - 25th May 2016

By Jonathan Tame 01 Jun 2016

A talk given to the General Assembly of the European Evangelical Alliance in Northampton, October 2014. 

The panel consisted of Dr Adrian Hilton (theologian and blogger at Archbishop Cranmer) and Ian Cooper (senior tutor, Christian Heritage) in favour of leaving; Baroness Julie Smith (Lib Dem peer and academic) and Johannes de Jong (Christian Political Foundation for Europe) spoke for remaining in the EU. Jonathan Tame (Jubilee Centre) chaired the debate, held at Eden Baptist Church, Cambridge on 25th May 2016. 

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