Anglican churches rise to the challenges of Africa’s growth

Jul 20, 2017 by

Church of England Newspaper report. AFRICA will have overtaken China as the continent with the largest population by 2100, a meeting at General Synod sponsored by Anglican Mainstream was told. However, most Africans have not yet reached childbearing age. As people flock to the cities for work,...

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UK Foreign Office agency says Evangelical Christians in the Global South should “reinterpret” the Bible

Jul 19, 2017 by

From Barnabas Fund: A report produced by an executive agency of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office has argued that Evangelical Christians in the Global South should be expected to “reinterpret” the Bible to make it compatible with LGBT ideology. The recommendations, if implemented, would...

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Hull Minster: City of Cultured Despisers Courtesy of the two Archbishops

Jul 19, 2017 by

by Melvin Tinker, Anglican Ink: After nearly a quarter of a century living in the City of Hull, my love for the people and the place grows each year and the word ‘pride’ is one I would unreservedly use to describe my affection for the town. But of course this cherished word, ‘like ‘gay’, is in...

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Troubled times – Is God giving Britain over?

Jul 15, 2017 by

by Peter Saunders, CMF: The rollercoaster journey of the last twelve months has left many UK citizens feeling dislocated and anxious about the future of our country. Political events – Brexit, Trump, a snap general election, a hung parliament, confidence and supply arrangements and the Queen’s...

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Redefining hate: from diabolical anti-love to any criticism of the fragile self

Jul 14, 2017 by

by Gavin Ashenden, from Archbishop Cranmer: During the General Synod debate on homosexuality I took to twitter. It’s like sitting up in the gods of a theatre. You are with the rowdy crowd. Shakespeare’s groundlings elevated to the grandstand of the internet. I chose my 140 characters with care. I...

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How the majority of women in Britain are not married… and more than a third of people are single

Jul 14, 2017 by

by Steve Doughty, Mailonline: Less than half of women in England and Wales are married – the first time the proportion has dropped so low. Just 49.9 per cent of women over the age of 16 last year had tied the knot, officials figures show. The Office for National Statistics said 51.9 per cent of...

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