A British family doctor defended suggesting faith in Jesus Christ to a patient last year despite facing disciplinary action and concerns he could lose his job.
Spiritual Warfare Archive - Jan 2003 - Aug 2003
Jerusalem (ICEJ) -- While Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was getting battered at home, British Prime Minister Tony Blair was hosting Sharonâ€™s chief opponent in the upcoming Israeli elections, Labor Party chairman Amram Mitzna. Blair said on Thursday that he would work toward reversing Englandâ€™s restrictions on exporting security-related equipment to Israel.
Pushing a key element in its alternate agenda for survival, the shrunken cabinet of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud decided to close the Religious Affairs Ministry by the end of the month. The move is a key plank in Barak's "social revolution," a second option to rebuild a secular/left coalition in case peace talks with the Palestinians collapse.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Great Britain's apparently impending approval of the cloning of human beings for the purpose of medical research will cause repercussions throughout humanity, a Southern Baptist bioethics specialist predicts.