GLASGOW: Qur’an recitation in St. Mary’s Cathedral

Jan 9, 2017 by

by David Virtue, VOL: A recitation of the Qur’an took place in St. Mary’s Cathedral on Friday. It was performed by someone called Madinah Javed. The Cathedral Church of St. Mary the Virgin is a cathedral of the Scottish Episcopal Church. There was a written translation in the booklets provided by the cathedral alongside the rest of the program. You can see a video of it here:

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York Minster Dean told support for Pride and Zen Buddhism runs contrary to biblical teaching

Jun 3, 2016 by

from Revd Julian Mann: Dear Dean Vivienne Faull, This is respectfully to express serious concern about York Minster’s continuing support for the city’s Pride Festival. This annual civic event supported last year by York Minster celebrates what God’s infallible Word written, the Bible, describes as wrongful sexual relationships. Such relationships must be regarded by Christians as wrong in God’s eyes and to be humbly repented of where necessary because they take place outside of heterosexual...

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Southwark Responds as Story Hits the Mainstream Media

Mar 14, 2015 by

By David Ould, Stand Firm: The Southwark Muslim Prayer Story has begun to hit the mainstream media in a big way. A quick google search shows an increasing number of papers and other online news services picking it up. A number of images (screengrabs from the video) are being used repeatedly including this one which shows Cannon Goddard affirming the commonality of Allah and the God of the Bible, not a sight that will make the orthodox happy and which is beginning to give the bishop of...

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Liberal “Christianity” Reveals Its Soul and Bares Its Fangs

Nov 30, 2014 by

By Peter Jones, The Aquila Report: The Church’s conflict with non-Christian religions is to be expected. Israel’s monotheistic faith was in direct confrontation with the many gods of Babylon and Egypt. Christians were confronted with the many altars to the gods of the Greco-Roman Empire. Interfaith was not on the cards. This situation clearly reflected the fundamental differences between the many forms of Oneist paganism in which everything is God, and Twoist biblical faith, in which God is...

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A litmus test for orthodoxy

May 16, 2014 by

From Premier Christianity: The Evangelical Alliance’s decision to remove Steve Chalke’s organisation Oasis from membership raises the question of what defines an evangelical today. Justin Brierley reflects on why homosexuality has become the latest tipping point. ‘So where do you stand on homosexuality?’ asked the church leader I had met only five minutes ago. We were attending a media event, and had reached the wine-and-canapés-hobnobbing part that inevitably follows. It’s the kind...

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ACI's letter to the Bishops of the Episocpal Church – revisited

Nov 30, 2012 by

Read open letter from The Rev. Prof. Christopher Seitz, The Rev. Dr. Philip Turner and The Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner here Read also some of the comments from Kendall Harmon's blog, including this one by Pageantmaster (an Englishman) : If I were an Episcopal Church Bishop receiving this letter as an addressee, which thankfully I am not qualified to be, and therefore do not have to swear allegience to a particular interpretation of TEC’s constitution as Goodwin Proctor shall...

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