In 2019, the government made some amendments to the Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act (MRHA), a Singapore statute which was enacted by Parliament on 9 November 1990.
What are these amendments and how will they impact the ministry and mission of the churches in Singapore? What is the relationship between religion and politics in Singapore as set out by the MRHA? Does the separation of religion and politics imply that the Church has no role in public debates and that religious leaders have no right to comment on societal issues?
Hear Rev Dr Chiang Ming Shun, Associate Dean at Trinity Theological College, as he shares his insights on the topic of Religion and Politics in Singapore: A Historical Perspective.
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ETHOS Institute™ for Public Christianity was formed by the National Council of Churches of Singapore, Trinity Theological College and The Bible Society of Singapore in 2014.
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