Posted: January 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans

Posted in Religious Liberty |

by George Carey, Mail on Sunday

On Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg will sit in judgment on a series of cases that have far-reaching implications for religious freedom in this country.

Two of the cases involve devout women who were banned from wearing the most important symbol of the Christian faith – the cross.

Shirley Chaplin, an experienced nurse, had worn her confirmation cross on a small chain around her neck, without incident, throughout nearly 30 years of frontline nursing. Then, one day, she was told to remove it.

In the case of British Airways check-in clerk Nadia Eweida, a national campaign was mounted when BA banned her from wearing her cross. But the airline refused to compensate her for months of being suspended without pay and subsequent tribunals have disputed her claims of discrimination.

The Government’s role in these two…

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  1. Peter Paton says:

    Pray to the Father for Religious Tolerance in the World.

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