Just spotted this article in the Torygraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.../05/view05.xml
I'm no fan of organized religion, but could the continued marginalization of all things Christian lead to more extremist and fundamentalist Christian movements?British Christian traditions are being threatened by "Christianophobia" created by a "politically correct brigade", a Tory MP has warned.
Mark Pritchard, MP, who is leading a parliamentary debate on the issue today, said that he feared that Christianity could be hijacked by extremists if mainstream political parties fail to support this country's Christian tradition.
Do you agree with Mr Pritchard that British Christian traditions are being undermined? Is this the result of "political correctness"? Does "Christianophobia" actually exist and, if so, how would you define it?
Should Christianity continue to enjoy a privileged position in British society? Or should the secular society we live in afford all religions equal respect?
I think it has a high probability.