So, it appears that a number of Christian preachers have been arrested for stating in public that homosexuality is a sin. The arrests are carried out under the "Public Order Act" which prohibits people from abusing harmful, insulting, or distressing language in public. See article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/new...rested-for-saying-homosexuality-is-a-sin.html Even though I really don't like preachers who do this, and in no way agree with their message, and think they give religion a bad name, I don't think they should be arrested because they should have the freedom of speech. I still believe in clear and present danger in that if said speech does not represent clear and present danger (as these speeches do not) then it should be protected under the first amendment. What are your thoughts?