Website problems: now resolved?

Feb 20, 2017 by

We hope that the problems with the website have now been resolved. Readers who find that the site sticks on certain pages should be able to resolve the issue now by refreshing the page. We will continue to keep our full listing of recent posts for a few more days in a page which can be found here....

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The New Research: Missing Fathers, Swelling Waistlines

Feb 20, 2017 by

from The Family in America: With good reason, public-health officials have spared no effort in combatting the epidemic in childhood obesity, typically by advocating dietary reforms. If they attend to a study recently completed in Denmark, however, they may realize that they need to direct their...

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An Anglican understanding of inclusion

Feb 20, 2017 by

by Martin Davie: Introduction It looks as though the Church of England now has a new buzz word. In the past few years the buzz word has been ‘good disagreement’ but now it appears to be ‘radical inclusion.’  In his speech at the conclusion of the debate in General Synod on the House of Bishops...

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Campaigners hail school decision to let pupils choose gender identity

Feb 20, 2017 by

by Alexandra Topping, Guardian: Campaigners have welcomed a decision by a private girls’ school to allow students to use boys’ names and wear boys’ clothes should they wish under a new “gender identity protocol”. St Paul’s girls’ school in west London, whose former pupils include the MP Harriet...

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Second Islamist ‘Trojan Horse’ scandal feared after Oldham headteacher reports death threats

Feb 20, 2017 by

by Henry Bodkin, Telegraph: Fears of a second wave of Islamist plots to take over schools have been raised after a teachers’ union revealed it was dealing with a “variety of apparent Trojan Horse issues”. A head teacher in Oldham has reportedly said she has started working at home having...

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How Sweden became an example of how not to handle immigration

Feb 20, 2017 by

by Tove Lifvendahl, Spectator: We’ve taken in far too many people and we’re letting them down badly – especially the children. For a British boy to be killed by a grenade attack anywhere is appalling, but for it to happen in a suburb of Gothenburg should shatter a few illusions about Sweden. Last...

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Marine Le Pen pledges to end same-sex marriage

Feb 20, 2017 by

by Emily Chan, Mailonline: French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has pledged to end same-sex marriage, despite gaining support from the country’s gay voters. The far-right leader said she would abolish same-sex marriage in a long list of 144 pledges released this week. President...

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The Radical Call To Go The Wrong Way’. Archbishop Welby’s charge to General Synod.

Feb 19, 2017 by

by Gavin Ashenden: At the end of the recent General Synod when an alliance of orthodox Christians and pro-gay progressives defeated the Bishops’ report on Marriage and sexuality, the Archbishop of Canterbury issued a rallying cry. It had three elements: 1-  “We need a radical new Christian...

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Christians are not ‘nice’ – they stand for justice and truth

Feb 19, 2017 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, TCW: Traditional Christians have become used to being told we are psychologically damaged goods. With every attempt to uphold traditional Church teaching, we are assured that we are homophobic, Islamophobic, xenophobic and have just about every other kind of...

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A Month of Islam and Multiculturalism in Germany: January 2017

Feb 19, 2017 by

by Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute: “If we are serious about the fight against Islamism and terrorism, then it must also be a cultural struggle.” — German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel. German authorities issued 105,000 visas for so-called family reunifications in 2016, a 50%...

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