Of First Importance: The Priority of the Cross and the Empty Tomb

Apr 21, 2017 by

by Albert Mohler: The Christian faith is not a mere collection of doctrines — a bag of truths. Christianity is a comprehensive truth claim that encompasses every aspect… The Christian faith is not a mere collection of doctrines — a bag of truths. Christianity is a comprehensive truth claim that...

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Maundy Thursday: the Church divided and united by the Eucharistic mystery

Apr 13, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: Bread and wine, broken and poured out. Was ever so much distress, division and human misery caused by a supper? Is it flesh and blood, or isn’t it? Jesus in a wafer? Seriously? Is it a memorial of sacrifice or a sacramental recreation? Do the elements actually change? Are...

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A Homily on Mothering Sunday, – Mothers, Jesus, and the care and renewal of the Church

Mar 26, 2017 by

by Dr Gavin Ashenden. A Homily on Mothering Sunday, – Mothers, Jesus, and the care and renewal of the Church. Watch here....

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Philip North and Jeffrey John: A Church that is more ‘via muddle’ than ‘via media’

Mar 21, 2017 by

by David Baker, Christian Today: At first sight, the controversial ‘non-appointments’ of Philip North and Jeffery John as Bishops seem to have little in common. If you’ve missed the news, Philip North was the man nominated to become Bishop of Sheffield. But he withdrew his name...

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How should I respond to sub-Christian mottos like “Good Disagreement” and “Radical Inclusion”

Mar 21, 2017 by

from Transforming Grace: I am worried about two phrases which are being repeated in Church of England circles at this time. The phrases are “Good disagreement” and “Radical inclusion”. Why am I worried? First, I am worried because I don’t know what these phrases mean. I am really confused. Both...

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Former Queen’s Chaplain Gavin Ashenden quits ‘liberal’ Church of England

Mar 17, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: A former Queen’s chaplain has quit as a Church of England priest after a long-running objection to what he saw as the liberalising trend of the CofE. Canon Gavin Ashenden made the unusual move of resigning his orders on Friday, Christian Today can reveal,...

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