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Jesus is Arrested
Matthew 26.47-56

A radio station telephoned me, and before I knew what was happening I found myself talking, live, to a large and invisible audience. A leading Muslim writer in Britain had been urging the Government to tighten up the blasphemy laws – the laws that prohibit people from saying rude things about religions or their leading figures (such as Muhammad, or Jesus). Other voices were saying that people should have the freedom to say what they wanted, whenever they wanted, about anyone or anything. Censorship, after all, is regarded by many people in the West as being in itself worse than anything the censors could want to ban...

Taken from Matthew for Everyone – by Tom Wright

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