News Bulletin 29 July 2011 -- The Christian Institute

Three MPs who signed an Early Day Motion welcoming the Equality and Human Rights Commission's decision to defend the religious liberty of Christians, have withdrawn their support. More than 150 animal-human hybrid embryos have been created by scientists working in British laboratories over the past three years. Residents in the borough of Waltham Forest are rejecting attempts by Islamic fundamentalists to implement Sharia Law in east London. A man and his four wives have filed a federal challenge against a law which criminalises bigamy in the American state of Utah. GPs can pray with their patients as long as they are receptive to the offer, the UK's leading medical defence group has said. A baby boy has defied the odds to be born as the country's most premature twin, even though his mother was advised to abort him. Rev John Stott, one of the most influential evangelical leaders of the twentieth century, passed away this week at the age of 90.

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