NIGERIA: Anglican Archbishop Flexes Provincial Muscle over Marriage Definition

Sep 30, 2016 by

by David W Virtue, VOL: The Archbishop of Nigeria, the Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, and the Standing Committee of the Anglican Church of Nigeria, confirmed the Primate as chairman of GAFCON and his place in the Anglican Communion at a recent meeting of church leaders in Awka, at the Cathedral of St. Faith. The Standing Committee, which is the governing body in the church of Nigeria, blasted those parts of the Anglican Communion “which continue to pursue a revisionist theological agenda and...

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An outstanding resource for the fight for marriage

Sep 30, 2016 by

by Campbell Markham, MercatorNet: This morning I showed my eldest daughter (and journalism major) a copy of David van Gend’s new book. “Oh dear”, she said, smiling wryly at the provocative title and garish LGBT rainbow cover. I said, “The printer refused to print this book. They had a contract, and pulled out at the last minute. ‘Due to the subject matter and content,’ they said.” “I’m not surprised,” she replied, sadly. And I was. There was no outrage. No sense of injustice. No anger that...

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Shunned for supporting natural marriage, former Mozilla CEO is back with new browser

Sep 29, 2016 by

by Fr Mark Hodges, LifeSite: The former CEO of Mozilla has released a new Internet browser called Brave. Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript, continues to lead the technological revolution with Brave, an innovative concept in Internet browsers. After blowing away the competition (read: Microsoft’s Internet Explorer) with the Internet browser Firefox, Eich has come up with Brave, a nearly ad-free, lightning-fast browser that eliminates intrusive ads as well as common but unwanted...

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Justin Welby affirms traditional family values in the face of a changing world

Sep 27, 2016 by

by Justin Welby, Anglican Ink: There is something remarkably appropriate about the Mothers’ Union picking two readings, one of drama and reliance on the intervention of God. And the other is one of Jesus’s jokes, with a very sharp sting in it. It is appropriate to put these two together because the Mothers’ Union is God-centred in a remarkable way. The Mothers’ Union faces the most extreme odds that cannot be overcome except through the action of God. But also, contrary to the mockery and...

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Married parents are the best defence against child abuse

Sep 24, 2016 by

by Rob Slane, The Conservative Woman: Imagine you have a really bad back. You go to the doctors, but instead of examining you properly, he says that he is sorry you are in discomfort, before writing a prescription for some strong painkillers. The painkillers help numb the pain somewhat, but the problem persists, and the reason for this is that you actually have a slipped disc – something you find out only after going to another doctor for a second opinion. The remedial action – an operation –...

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The Church of England now has no place for believers in the traditional family

Sep 23, 2016 by

by Jane Kelly, Telegraph: Being a member of the Church of England is to belong to a strange club, or so it seems to me. All the rules have changed since I joined as an infant, or rather since my parents imposed their religion onto me (something which is now discouraged). There is no escape from the new ethos of the place and even the flannely Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is zealous in his mission to drag us all, no matter how recalcitrant, into the modern, post-Christian age. Like...

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