The 2015 British general election is a confusing mash-up of promises, personalities and hype for many people across the nation.
In the midst of all the claims and counter claims from politicos, more than a few people have already opted not to vote on May 7. But is that a responsible and constructive decision? How can we make the difficult decision for one candidate or party?
And what of those who don't vote on principle? Is that to confuse anarchism with activism?
Mal Fletcher answered these and other questions in a very insightful interview today with BBC Radio host Mike Shaft.
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My son is 21 months old & has full Edward's Syndrome. He is a happy, beautiful child & gives so much to so many people. His life is as worthy as any other child. I believe the medical profession should help parents to want to give their children a chance of survival. Deborah, United Kingdom
Your article about Daniel in Babylon is spot on. As 21st Century Christians our challenge is to find appropriate forums to join the conversation & refrain from adopting a defensive posture. Tom Rawls, United Kingdom
I think yours was the best and most succinct critique I've yet read on 'The Da Vinci Code'. As you say, we can still use it as a platform for presenting the real gospel. Ann , Australia