How the Left have stolen the foundations of life from children

Sep 20, 2017 by

by Kathy Gyngell, TCW: […]  The issue being that, uniquely, today’s teens can’t face any adversity. Not there are not pressures – there are – but snowflakes they are. They are not equipped to face adversity and why they can’t is really very simple. Their foundation in life has been stolen by...

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Compare and contrast

Sep 17, 2017 by

by Fr Ed Tomlinson: I have zero tolerance where child abuse, in any form, is concerned. As a father it makes my blood boil. So let me state clearly; I deplore sexual abuse and have no desire to make apology for offenders or protectors. Where crimes were/are committed the judicial system must be...

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Survey finds most people who call themselves Anglicans never read the Bible

Sep 15, 2017 by

from Premier: Most people who call themselves Church of England Christians never read the Bible. That is one of the findings of a survey commissioned by the Church of England to help revamp its evangelism efforts. Figures show that 60 per cent of self-declared followers of the Church admit they...

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Creation of Man in Islam and Christianity

Sep 15, 2017 by

by Derya Little, Crisis Magazine: It has been much harder than I expected to explain to Westerners why Muslims, even the moderate ones, behave the way they do. How does one describe the trees to a kid who only ever saw the desert? Even though it is fading, Christianity has been in the very fabric...

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The Strange Death of Europe – Part 4 – Christianity

Sep 14, 2017 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: So near. Yet so far.   In this final part of my review of Murray’s brilliant book we come to consider the heart of the matter. What can be done to stop Europe, as we know it, dying? Murray has a sort of answer but it is not nearly adequate enough. In part 1 we...

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Michael Horton’s four coordinates on the compass of ‘Pilgrim Theology’

Sep 13, 2017 by

By Justin Taylor, The Gospel Coalition. In Pilgrim Theology, the concise, lay-level version of Michael Horton’s Systematic Theology, Horton explains the four coordinates of the compass for integrating faith and practice as pilgrims seeking to glorify God: All of our faith and practice arise out of...

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