Why we should not legalise assisted suicide

Jan 7, 2018 by

 by Chris Sugden, Christian Today: In a recent article ( Time to die? by Canon Rosie Harper) the case for a more ‘liberal’ approach to assisted suicide was based on the argument that individual choice and radical individual isolationism trump the reality of human existence as set in...

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No retreat from the public square

Dec 21, 2017 by

By Michael Nazir-Ali, Church of England Newspaper. I have worked for a number of years with persecuted Christians and those of other faiths, especially in the Middle East and South Asia.Sometimes I am asked about those who feel they are ‘persecuted’ nearer home, in the UK.At one level the...

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Too much futile resuscitation say Oxford medical experts

Nov 24, 2017 by

from CEN on 23/11/2017 ONLY A small minority of medics are of the view that trying resuscitation in every case should continue. An Oxford conference last week was told that only one in 50 medics were of the opinion that resuscitation should be employed in every case except where a patient had...

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Canada: New Confessing Anglicanism

Nov 24, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Evangelicals Now The Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) consists of over 70 congregations, which over the past ten years have seceded from the Anglican Church of Canada (ACoC), or have begun as new plants. Bishop Charlie Masters | photo: St Peter and St Paul’s, Ottawa The movement...

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Salvator Mundi went for $450m. But you can have the real thing for free

Nov 17, 2017 by

by Giles Fraser, Guardian: The Christianity of Salvator Mundi is designed specifically for all us shits. And the good news is that it doesn’t cost $450m to find it. You only have to ask. And it only ever comes for free. A painting by Leonardo da Vinci, circa early 1500s, has just been sold for...

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UNHCR urged to give more attention to Christian refugees

Nov 15, 2017 by

Church of England Newspaper . November 17 The latest figures show that currently 65 million people throughout the world are refugees, beyond the resources of governments and international agencies to cope. Representatives of 14 agencies working with refugees in the Middle East Region met with UK...

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