Cameron tells MPs: Christianity can make politicians good

David Cameron becomes first prime minister since Margaret Thatcher to join US-style prayer breakfast in Parliament By John Bingham, Religious Affairs Editor David Cameron has insisted that being a Christian helps make him a better politician. His comments came as he became the first prime minister since Margaret Thatcher to attend Britain’s national parliamentary“prayer breakfast”. It follows a debate over Mr Cameron’s remarks

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UKIP’s election win: What Christians are saying

By Cath Martin The votes are in and Nigel Farage is grinning like a Cheshire cat but what do Christians think about his historic election win? Here’s a round-up of some of the responses so far: God loves women (@God_loves_women): “I’m thinking of getting involved in local politics. We’ve now got a UKIP councillor locally. Pastor and blogger Dave Meldrum ‏(@vicardave):”blaming media coverage

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Kenya’s New Polygamy Law Bad For Families, Christian Leaders Say

Kenya’s new law legalizes polygamy, allowing men to marry multiple wives in a country where they previously were permitted to have one Written by Fredrick Nzwili  Under the new law there are five types of marriages in Kenya: Christian, Islamic, Hindu, monogamous and polygamous. Kenya is predominantly Christian, with Muslims making up about 11 percent of its population, mostly along

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