News Bulletin 20 September 2013 -- The Christian Institute

Senior Lib Dem MP Sir Alan Beith has said that 'silly' interpretations of equality laws are forcing British Christians to hide their faith -- Greg Mulholland is concerned that there's a growing attitude in the Lib Dem Party that Christian views should be kept out of political arena -- Nick Clegg used his 'keynote speech' to insult Peers who wanted to maintain the traditional meaning of marriage, calling them dinosaurs -- Christian Hotel owners Peter & Hazelmary Bull, have been forced to put their business, which is also their home, up for sale -- An atheist 'church' which held its first meeting in London just 8 months ago, is set to launch 20 new congregations across the UK, and worldwide -- 'New Life Shetland', a church group which uses a local community hall, has come under fire for displaying its support for traditional marriage -- And a new Faith Heritage Centre is to open next year in Bala, North Wales that will tell the story of the Bible's impact 'on' Wales, and 'through' Wales.