Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Labour: We must 'do God' to fight anti-Christian persecution
Douglas Alexander, Labour's shadow foreign secretary, says politicians should speak out about the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, and not be put off doing so for fear of causing offence

Douglas Alexander warned that people should have the courage to speak up for Christians without fear of causing offence. Photo: CHRISTOPHER PLEDGER

By Edward Malnick
December 21, 2013

The Labour Party has admitted that politicians should stop feeling a "sense of embarrassment" about discussing God.

Douglas Alexander, a senior frontbencher, suggested that public figures have allowed "political correctness" to prevent them talking about faith and the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.

Read the full story at www.VirtueOnline.org

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