Christian Voice

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Christian Voice is a British evangelical Christian campaign group. It achieved fame for its campaign against the BBC television production of Jerry Springer: the Opera for its alleged blasphemy in its portrayal of Christ. It has also opposed the distribution of condoms to secondary school students, the planned program of vaccination against cervical cancer, the proposed reform of the UK blasphemy laws, and the participation of uniformed police officers in gay demonstrations and processions[1].

Despite, naturally, some criticism from secular sources, the group has also been criticized by by the head of the United Reformed Church (URC), a significant Christian denomination in the UK. [2]

The leader of Christian Voice is Stephen Green.

References

  1. http://www.christianvoice.org.uk/
  2. http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/content/news_syndication/article_050929green.shtml
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