“People can question the existence of cancel culture or they can rebrand it as a culture of accountability, but I don’t think anyone can question the stifling and deadening effect of the fear of cancellation – or even just getting it wrong – on art, writing, public discourse and even comedy. It has made the world of ideas so relentlessly uninteresting” NIck Cave (p.222).
A brief look at some guiding principles for how faith and law should interact in the public square.
Would our current legal system exist without Christianity and the Bible?
This article was first published in Australian Presbyterian. One of the fundamentals of Western Liberal democracies is the rule of…