Hurricane Irma devastation: relief efforts through local Anglican churches need help

Sep 13, 2017 by

Opportunity to assist those affected by Irma in the Caribbean. The Diocese of North East Caribbean and Aruba (NECA)  covers the low-lying islands that were heavily hit by Hurricane Irma last week. Their main economy is tourism, and four islands in particular have been badly affected.  You may have...

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Why the future face of Christianity is African

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Andrew Boyd, Christian Today: African Christianity is set to become the face of the faith around the world. By 2050, 40 per cent of the world’s Christians will be African, the African Biblical Leadership Initiative (ABLI Forum) was told. The Forum in Cameroon heard a clear call for Africa...

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Just who is raising objections?

Sep 23, 2017 by

Five bishops in the Anglican Church of Australia have asked their church lawyers whether bishops can take part in consecrating another bishop of a church which is not formally part of the Anglican Communion. Chris Sugden After the ordination service in Franchhoek They raised objections to the...

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CofE Sleeping with the Enemy

Sep 23, 2017 by

from Anglican Unscripted: Kevin Kallsen and Gavin Ashenden discuss the recent 40-page report by Sir Philip Mawer on the supposed ‘mutual flourishing’ in the Church of England, with particular reference to Bishop Philip North.  Gavin points out that there have been numerous women...

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Parsons Green: silence in the face of terror

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Brendan O’Neill, spiked: Are we going to talk about this? The fact that there was an act of attempted mass murder on the Tube on Friday? The fact that someone in our midst – a refugee, allegedly – planted an Iraq-style IED, the device of a warzone, among innocent commuters in order to...

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RCOG votes to decriminalise abortion – betrays its members, women and their babies

Sep 23, 2017 by

from SPUC: The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) has responded to news that the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has voted to support the decriminalisation of abortion. Dr Anthony McCarthy said: “Today the leadership of the RCOG has betrayed its members,...

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Who decides membership in the Anglican Communion? Not the Secretary General of the ACC!

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: “It is simply not true to say that ACNA is part of the Anglican Communion,” he [Idowu-Fearon] said. “To be part of the Communion, a province needs to be in communion with the See of Canterbury and to be a member of the Instruments of the Communion. ACNA is not in...

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‘Transgender’ lobby weaponizes children as pawns in the culture war

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Denise Shick, LifeSite: […]  At first, the LGBTQ craze focused on adults, but advocates have increasingly sought not only to include and recruit kids in their movement, but now to use them as their frontline warriors. For example, 8-year-old Nemis Golden, born a boy, routinely performs on...

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European Court of Human Rights failures revealed as members ignore rulings

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Jon Rogers, Daily Express: National governments of the 47 members of the Council of Europe have ignored the rulings of 9,944 judgements with some cases stretching back to 1992, according to the Council’s database. Cases ruled as a violation of human rights include segregating HIV-positive...

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What If Masterpiece Cakeshop Loses?

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Rick Plasterer, LifeSite: Although the oral arguments and decision in the crucial case of Masterpiece Cakeshop vs. the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, discussed by this writer last month, are months away, it is not too soon to consider what the response of Christians should be if Jack...

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Jordan Peterson and the transgender wars

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Tim Lott, Spectator Life: The psychology professor is in trouble with the transgender crowd. He is also one of the foremost thinkers of our age After Google employee James Damore was sacked for suggesting that inborn differences in likes and dislikes (such as preferring people to things) might...

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