News – CI strikes a chord

ET staff writer
ET staff writer
01 November, 2007 0 min read

CI strikes a chord

The Christian Institute has produced a ten-minute video programme on the successful religious liberty case involving Joe and Helen Roberts.
The Lancashire couple were originally interrogated by police for daring to voice concern about pro-homosexual literature from their local council. The case defended vital principles of free speech and religious liberty.
An American family group has used the video to exemplify implications for religious liberty in the US arising from proposed legislation on homosexual ‘hate crimes’. The video has been viewed on the web over 200,000 times and during the summer was one of the most popular current affairs videos on the internet.

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