Timeo danaos et dona ferentis?

Feb 12, 2017 by

by Martin Davie: There are two stories which helpfully illustrate the choice which those on General Synod who hold an orthodox view of human sexuality will have to make about whether to vote to ‘take note’ of GS 2055, the House of Bishops report on Marriage and Sexual Relationships after the...

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Dame Louise Casey eats humble pie

Feb 10, 2017 by

from Coalition for Marriage: Dear marriage supporter, The Government’s integration tsar, Dame Louise Casey, said last month that Roman Catholic schools must support same-sex marriage. Her comments caused deep alarm to many people. But there is good news. It looks like Dame Louise has been having...

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Lib-Con Coalition To Block Church’s Stance On Gay Marriage

Feb 9, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: Conservative Anglicans are preparing to join liberals to defeat Church leaders in a row over teaching on gay marriage. The document, the result of more than two years of private talks at all levels of the Church’s hierarchy, could be thrown out of the...

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Giving and Receiving Episcopal Oversight: The Bishops’ Report (GS 2055)

Feb 9, 2017 by

by Andrew Goddard, Fulcrum: The initial heat and fury of reactions to the House of Bishops’ Report “Marriage and Same Sex Relationships after the Shared Conversations” continues over a week after its publication with a concerted campaign now underway to persuade Synod to refuse to even “take note”...

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Same-sex marriage not as innocuous as rainbow activists claim

Feb 7, 2017 by

by Gary Kleyn, Australian Christian Lobby: If you think changing the definition of marriage to remove gender is innocuous, with little impact on children or the community, think again. Rainbow activists would have fair-minded Australians believe that raising children, motherhood and fatherhood,...

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Church Not ‘Reached End Of The Road’ On Gay Marriage, Welby Says

Feb 2, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: The Archbishop of Canterbury has said the Church of England has not “reached the end of the road” over its position on gay marriage. After years of internal debate and division, the Church of England is refusing to change its teaching that marriage is...

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