Buried Archbishops “found by accident”? The CofE’s forgetfulness is galling

Apr 17, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: “It beggars belief that no-one thought what a terrible, terrible image of decline it is to deconsecrate the ABC’s home church,” tweeted the Rev’d Marcus Walker, slightly irritated by the ‘accidental discovery‘ of five buried Archbishops of Canterbury in a crypt at St...

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Egypt’s Copts Hold Easter Services Amid Threats of Terror, Christian Post

Apr 17, 2017 by

by Anugrah Kumar, Christian Post: A week after bombings at Coptic churches that left at least 45 people dead, Egypt’s Coptic Christians held Easter services amid tight security and threats of more terror attacks. St. Mark’s Cathedral in Cairo had at least eight security agents, who...

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After Easter: The Political Theology of the Crucifixion and Resurrection of the Messiah

Apr 17, 2017 by

by Paul R DeHart, Public Discourse: When we think of Jesus as providing a model for behavior for the religious, private, or civic realm but not for politics and government, we adopt a fragmentation utterly foreign to the New Testament. Not infrequently one hears Christians described as living...

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May’s Easter message. Most people don’t go to church. But they want a Christian country.

Apr 17, 2017 by

by Rebecca Coulson, Conservative Home: It is unsurprising that Alastair “we don’t do God” Campbell has been left feeling uncomfortable by Theresa May’s Easter message. The message, with its promotion of “vicarage values”, is much more explicitly Christian than those we have come to expect from...

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Saying No To “Safe Schools” Indoctrination Programs

Apr 17, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: The so-called Safe Schools program was never about bullying: it was always about ramming a radical sexual activist agenda down the throats of our impressionable children. I know that, you know that, and even the militants pushing this lousy program know that....

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This Easter, have faith in the British way of life

Apr 17, 2017 by

Telegraph Editorial: The words “do not be afraid” appear twice in Matthew’s account of Easter. First an angel materialises outside Jesus’s empty tomb and appeals to the visiting women for calm. Later, Jesus appears before his disciplines with the very same instruction. It is both a kindness –...

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