Anglican Unscripted #372 – Gatiss – Stott – Beach – Graham

Feb 22, 2018 by

Kevin Kallsen and Gavin Ashenden discuss the bringing together of Church Society, Reform, and Fellowship of Word and Spirit, with the wider implications of the failure to include other Anglican groups. ...

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Under new Dutch law, patients could be both killed and harvested against their will

Feb 22, 2018 by

by Wesley J Smith, LifeSite: It is legal in the Netherlands for doctors and psychiatrists to lethally inject the sick, disabled, elderly, and mentally ill who ask to die. It is not legal for them to kill patients who have not repeatedly asked to die. But that happens anyway, and not rarely....

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Why are businesses like Center Parcs so terrified of a small minority?

Feb 22, 2018 by

from The Spectator: Rod Liddle is boycotting everyone who boycotts the Daily Mail. […] The Center Parcs boycott has been similarly occasioned. Its head office has announced, in pious tones, that it will no longer be placing adverts with the Daily Mail on account of something written by one...

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Belgian Euthanasia Corruption Exposed

Feb 22, 2018 by

by Wesley J Smith, National Review: Euthanasia in Belgium has gone completely out of the control — including as just two examples —doctors killing the mentally ill and conjoining the death procedure with voluntary organ harvesting, as well as joint euthanasia deaths of elderly couples who ask to...

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Lenten Meditations: Thursday 22 February

Feb 22, 2018 by

Thur Feb 22 am:  50, 59, 60 pm:  19, 46 Gen. 47:13-end Phil 4 Mt. 27:1-26 FIRST THURSDAY OF LENT – Saint Margaret of Cortona, Penitent, 1297 LITURGICAL THEME FOR THE DAY: Margaret was born of farming parents in Laviano, Tuscany. Her mother died when Margaret was seven; life with her stepmother was...

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Is Richard Rohr a heretic?

Feb 21, 2018 by

By Ian Paul, Psephizo. [Editor’s note: this is important because of the growing popularity of Rohr’s teaching among Christians in the English speaking West who are looking for something more than re-statement of historic biblical faith for contemporary life.] […] Two things struck me...

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Pence, Carter, Bush and other leaders pay tribute to Billy Graham, longtime pastor to presidents

Feb 21, 2018 by

by Julie Zauzmer, Washington Post: Billy Graham preached for everyone from soldiers and farmers to presidents and even Queen Elizabeth. When the world-famous evangelist’s death was reported Wednesday, many of those luminaries praised the man they called a pastor and a friend. Graham was a frequent...

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The ‘merger’ of three Anglican evangelical groups in England: some questions

Feb 21, 2018 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. After a long period of discussion and, I’m certain, lots of prayer, three organizations which have had overlapping membership, leadership and aims have agreed to merge, or in reality Reform and Fellowship of Word and Spirit will cease to exist, and a new,...

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Billy Graham: an obituary

Feb 21, 2018 by

From BBC News website. […] After the success of his ministry in the US, Graham wanted to take his message worldwide and he began the process in London in 1954. It was a calculated risk. At the time only 10% of Britons were regular churchgoers, compared with 50% in the United States. He also faced...

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Does ‘Dignity in Dying’ really give people a dignified death?

Feb 21, 2018 by

by Andrew Grey, Archbishop Cranmer: Assisted dying is a topic that seems to be constantly debated. Most recently, the British Medical Journal had a series of articles on the topic, and the Noel Conway case has kept the issue in the news. For many people, it’s an issue about whether people have...

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