The dying need a chance to talk, says Dr Elaine Sugden

Feb 19, 2017 by

by Kathy Gyngell, TCW: [Editor’s note: Last Wednesday Wilberforce Publications and Christian Concern published their latest book – Talking about Dying which can be purchased here. In this interview, Kathy asked cancer doctor Elaine Sugden, one of its four authors, what prompted her...

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Growth and decline in the Anglican Communion

Feb 6, 2017 by

Book Review by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. 18 months ago a book was published on church growth in England, edited by Durham-based academic David Goodhew, which urged church leaders to reject  a ‘theology of decline’, and instead to learn about and intentionally foster growth where possible....

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Shedding Light on Progressivism’s Dark Side

Jan 26, 2017 by

by Samuel Gregg, Public Discourse: A new book details the progressive movement’s reliance on eugenics and race science as well as its effort to exclude the disabled, blacks, immigrants, the poor, and women from full participation in American society. The words “progress” and “progressive” evoke...

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New book challenges current sex education policy in schools

Dec 1, 2016 by

CEN December 2 The teaching of the mechanics of sex without teaching about human relationships is not working. “What are they teaching the children?” launched in Westminster on November 24 at a meeting chaired by Baroness Cox seeks to explain why. Philip Quenby argued that the Christian world view...

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Tracing the roots of Christianity and Freedom

Nov 12, 2016 by

Christianity and Freedom: Volume 1  Historical Perspectives edited by Timothy Samuel Shah and Allen D Hertzke . Cambridge University Press 2016  413 pp   £66 As the American Presidential election nears with forebodings of threats to religious freedom, this timely collection of fifteen essays...

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A Review of Impossible People. By Os Guinness

Nov 5, 2016 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, Culture Watch: Os Guinness shot to fame when working with Francis Schaeffer early on at L’Abri in Switzerland, and with the publication of his 1973 volume, The Dust of Death. He has been going strong ever since, with numerous incisive books dealing with a Christian view of...

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