Looking at the issue of Christian freedom in the UK from different perspectives. Christians must become more outspoken. We must challenge the popular trends which are unbiblical and dangerous although it may lead us into conflict with societal structures and...
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Looking at the issue of Christian freedom in the UK from different perspectives. Christians must become more outspoken. We must challenge the popular trends which are unbiblical and dangerous although it may lead us into conflict with societal structures and legal authorities. Just because we are a minority does not mean that we're excluded from the rights of any minority group within a pluralist society. Perhaps, then, it's time to defend our freedoms. For in the babble of voices claiming 'justice' for their faith community or sexual orientation the Christian church has often been silent. We have an historic right of freedom of speech and we should be able to proclaim the uniqueness of Jesus Christ without hindrance. The theme running behind this book's contributions is that people are sensing a diminution of their basic Christian freedoms. Freedom Fighters affirms the importance of other groups to their 'rights' but shows that there must always be a balance in preserving society's freedoms.
Rob Frost, was founder of Share Jesus International, and died in 2007. He set up the mission agency in 1986 for the sole purpose of sharing Jesus in many different contexts and countries. He was in great demand as a preacher, the International Director of the International Leadership Institute based in Atlanta and the author of over 25 books including The Evangelism Book, Essence, Here and Now and Cover to Cover volumes on Advent, The Prodigal Son and the Way of the Cross.
He presented Premier Radio's flagship current affairs programme called Frost on Sunday and his weekly TV show on the God Channel is broadcast under the title the Frost Debate. He lectured in mission and evangelism at London School of Theology and was a regular teacher at theological institutions throughout the UK.