Government's extremism orders could spell 'disaster' for religious people says Bible college principal
June 17, 2015
The principal of an Anglican theological college has said that the government's proposed measures to tackle extremism could be a "disaster area" for people of all faiths. Rev Dr Mike Ovey, who is principal of Oak Hill College in London, told the Telegraph that proposals for extremism disruption orders could have a "chilling effect" on Christian preachers and could even have an effect on theological teaching programmes.
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