The Christian Socialist Movement, which is affiliated to the Labour Party, was born on 22 January 1960. On 5 November 2013 it officially became Christians on the Left. Andy Flannagan, Director of Christians on the Left explains the thinking behind the change:… Read More ›
Rowan Williams – a tough act to follow
Now that the Crown Nomination Commission is in full swing tasked with the job of choosing the next Archbishop of Canterbury, there’s plenty being written and discussed on the subject, so I thought I may as well jump on the… Read More ›
Christian faith vs political party loyalty – who wins?
One of the aspects of faith and politics that gets me thinking the most is how we reconcile the Christian faith with being a member of a political party, especially an elected one. This was an issue I particularly wanted… Read More ›