Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Hospital bans pictures of churches as public sector continues crusade against Christianity

I know I've written about it before, but anyone who is still in doubt that the public sector has got it in for Christianity should note that Havering Council has just asked local artists for paintings to brighten up the walls of Queen's Hospital, Romford.

The only condition? That the artworks do not depict churches. Not any places of worship, just churches.

However, as I wrote in my latest column for the Church of England Newspaper, some people are still trying to knock down these stories about Christians suffering at the hands of public officials. How many more examples do they want? Here's the column: Read more
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