My top articles from January 2014 – Part 2

speech bubblesAs promised, here’s part 2 of my top articles from January 2014.  Themes covered in this segment include  freedom of speech, abortion, Christian persecution, money, housing and politics.  I don’t necessarily agree with all the views expressed here. Thanks for reading!

  1. Aiming for Effective Anger’: The top 50 countries where it’s hardest to be a Christian & Pew: Religious hostility reaches six-year high worldwide by Katherine Burgess – Christianity Today
  2. The censuring of Evander Holyfield shows how intolerant modern Britain is becoming by Brendan O’Neill – The Telegraph
  3. Lord Dear: IPNAs – a threat to our freedom and a waste of police time by Lord Dear Conservative Home (IPNA’s were subsequently dropped by the Government, see here.)
  4. The lost girls: Ilegal abortion used by some UK ethnic groups to avoid daughters ‘has reduced female population by between 1,500 and 4,700 by Steve Connor – The Independent
  5. Roe vs Wade’s days are numbered by Timothy C Morgan – Christianity Today
  6. Money: an instrument for blessing, not an indicator of it by John Onwuchekwa – 9 Marks blog
  7. Does Money affect children’s outcomes? A systematic review by Kerris Cooper and Kitty Stewart (report) – Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  8. Almost a tenth of babies and toddlers in England and Wales are Muslim, Census figures show by Keith Perry – The Telegraph
  9. Downton Abbey and the Modern Age – What are we really watching? By Alert Mohler – Albert Mohler.com
  10. Portuguesa mess more trouble for Brazilian football by Tim Vickery – ESPN FC Blogs
  11. What price a house? By ESRC – ESRC
  12. Why Labour should be terrified of UKIP by Tim Wigmore – The Daily Telegraph

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