The Case for an Independent Scotland

 “As my nations linguistic engagement with Christian nations illustrates nationalism need not be a disease. When yoked to the reforming power of the Bible, it can become a powerful redemptive force.” Mangalwadi, The Book That Made Your World – p. 177 Some people are very worried. The end of the world is near. George Robertson, leading Labour politician and former NATO General Secretary warned on … Continue reading The Case for an Independent Scotland

Independent Scotland could not be a secular utopia

This article was published in The Scotsman on Friday 6th September 2013. IF SCOTLAND were to become independent then should our new constitution specifically be a secular one, ignoring any connection between Christianity and the state? If Scotland stays in the United Kingdom, a kingdom united on the basis of Christianity, should we be rejoicing as the tide of secularism pushes the last vestiges of that public … Continue reading Independent Scotland could not be a secular utopia