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In the mixer…or just mixed up? Why Baroness Warsi is wrong about secularism – by Ronnie Stockton

This is a guest post written by Ronnie Stockton I’m not averse to the odd footy cliche, so obviously the ‘in the mixer’ tagline of yesterday’s R&R post caught my eye.  As an atheist, I do find that faith is a ‘funny … Continue reading

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Baroness Warsi, secularism and putting faith ‘in the mixer’

Baroness Warsi’s article on faith and secularism in the Daily Telegraph this morning has created an Almighty debate.  After the controversies over the banning of prayers at Bideford Council meetings, it’s yet another example of how issues of faith are … Continue reading

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