Religious litigants seem to be increasing in number. The most recent argument was over Shambo the Hindu bull, now deceased, but there have also been cases brought by Muslims over the right to wear the headscarf. Christians in particular appear to be making increasing use of the courts, whether its about the right to wear a crucifix at work, or a silver ring at school, or to be true to what they see as biblical teaching on matters of sexuality.
Thomas Cordrey, barrister and public policy analyst with the Lawyers Christian Fellowship, and Nick Spencer, Director of Studies for Theos, discuss this increasing use of the courts by Christians in particular.
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