If you’re maligning traditional Christianity, the people you’re maligning are disproportionately black.

Apr 22, 2018 by

A 2015 Pew Research Center study of race and ethnicity among U.S. religions provides some basic facts. In the first place, if you’re mocking Christians, you’re mostly mocking women, because women are more likely than men to be Christians. The greatest disproportion is found among black Christians,...

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Cowboy chemists are selling ‘DIY trans’ pills to teenagers

Apr 22, 2018 by

by Sanchez Manning, Mailonline: School children who want to change sex are risking their lives by buying illegal hormone drugs online. A Mail on Sunday investigation found that increasing numbers of boys under 16 are obtaining prescription-only oestrogen with frightening ease. They opt for the...

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Sowell’s stunning response to our modern messiahs of equality

Apr 22, 2018 by

by Jules Gomes, The Conservative Woman: ‘The world has never been a level playing field,’ quips economic historian David S Landes. ‘Heck, don’t we know that?’ chorus the Left. ‘That is why we are the demolition men and women of this world. Armed with dynamite, wrecking balls, bulldozers and...

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Is the Benedict Option the Best Option for Today’s Church?

Apr 22, 2018 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: There is a new ‘cool’ book in town! It’s a New York Times bestseller, endorsed by Russell Moore, Archbishop Charles J.Chaput, and, the ultimate accolade, Carl R.Trueman!   How could I resist? Especially as it is subtitled “A strategy for Christians in a...

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GAFCON adopts moratorium on women bishops

Apr 22, 2018 by

by George Conger, Anglican Ink: The archbishops of the GAFCON movement have enacted a moratorium on the consecration of women to the episcopate. In a communique released on 20 April 2018 at the close of their meeting in Entebbe, Uganda, the archbishops of the reform movement within the Anglican...

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Gafcon Primates Council Communiqué Entebbe 2018

Apr 22, 2018 by

We gathered on 16-19 April 2018 in Entebbe, Uganda to share in Bible study, prayer, worship and fellowship.  We give thanks for the gracious hospitality of Archbishop Stanley Ntagali and the Anglican Church of Uganda. We began our day with Bible study led by Bishop Andy Lines, Archbishop-elect...

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A Month of Islam and Multiculturalism in Germany: March 2018

Apr 21, 2018 by

by Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute: March 1. The Spreewald Elementary School in Berlin’s Schöneberg district hired security guards to protect teachers and students from unruly students. Around 99% of the pupils at the school have a migration background. “Within the past year, the...

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Tanzania reaffirms its impaired communion with the Episcopal Church

Apr 21, 2018 by

by George Conger, Anglican Ink: The primate of Tanzania, the Most Rev. Jacob Chimeledya, has affirmed his province’s break with the Episcopal Church of the USA. In September 2017 the Task Force on the Study of Marriage formed by the 78th General Convention which met in Salt Lake City in 2015,...

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California Assembly votes to violate the 1st Amendment

Apr 21, 2018 by

by Greg Burt, California Family Council: The California Assembly approved a bill today 50-18 that tells churches and other with traditional beliefs about gender and sexual orientation that advocating for their views could get them sued. AB 2943, declares “advertising, offering to engage in, or...

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Launch of traditionalist Church of Ireland group is ‘not about schism’ Read more at: https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/launch-of-traditionalist-church-of-ireland-group-is-not-about-schism-1-8470109

Apr 21, 2018 by

from Belfast News Letter: The launch today of a Church of Ireland group opposed to what it sees as growing secularisation in Anglican churches is “not about schism”, a Belfast rector has insisted. Rev Trevor Johnston, rector of All Saints’ in Belfast, was speaking ahead of the launch of a Church...

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