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All reviews by Rod Badams

Rod Badams is retiring on 11 November after 13 years as administrator of the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches (FIEC). He previously worked for Christians at Work for 22 years, after 11 years in journalism.

In his FIEC role, Rod was best known for his contributions to evangelical perspectives on current social issues, and for the advice
and information he gave to churches on a wide range of practical subjects with legal or regulatory implications.

In retirement, he will continue as editor of Affinity’s online social issues publication The Bulletin, and in his recent
appointment as a trustee of the Christian Institute.

Christians in the Firing Line
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Christians in the Firing Line
Richard Scott

Christians in the firing line Dr Richard ScottWilberforce Publications, 202 pages, £7.99ISBN: 978-0-95757-251-5Star rating : 3 Christians in the firing line consists of case studies of seven men, five women and one married couple, who, in the course of work,…

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Christian Legal Handbook
Alan Summers QC

Christian legal handbook Alan Summers QC and other contributors John Ritchie £14.99 ISBN: 978-1907731853 Star Rating : 3 Given the blessed nature of Britain’s history and heritage, it is disheartening that a publication entitled Christian legal handbook should need to…

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The Quest for True Tolerance: Searching For a Tolerance That Does Not Make Society Sick
Stephen McQuoid

Contemporary society prides itself on its veneer of tolerance. It is this attitude that apparently makes the liberal democracies of the west superior to other cultures. Looking below the surface, however, we discover that our society is actually superficial, amoral…

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