News Bulletin 12 July 2013 -- The Christian Institute

The Archbishop of Canterbury says the Church needs to face up to the sexual revolution and develop a teaching programme for its schools, Justin Welby has asked Stonewall for help -- A Court of Appeal ruling has given hope to Christian run Bed and Breakfasts\' which restrict double rooms to married couples -- The UK could have assisted suicide clinics like Dignitas in Switzerland, according to the head of leading care home chain, HC-One -- Legislation to introduce limited abortion in Ireland has passed the Irish Parliament after two days of heated debate -- Public perception of the number of Christians in England and Wales has been hugely underestimated, according to the results of a poll by Ipsos MORI -- Children as young as five should have more school books featuring same-sex parents, to encourage inclusivity -- And a Christian mum has been telling the touching story of the precious minutes she shared her son, who was born at just 19 weeks.