Tolerance: It’s Not Just for Liberals Anymore!

Jul 1, 2015 by

By Tony Perkins, FRC If there’s one thing the Supreme Court accomplished last Friday (besides unleashing cultural chaos on America), it was ending the liberal media’s charade. Whatever scrap of journalistic impartiality existed flew out the courtroom window Friday when the press decided these five justices not only invented a right to same-sex marriage but to censorship too. Less than a week after the Court trampled the Constitution, one of the biggest stories of the ruling is the...

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The “Selma Moment”

Jun 3, 2015 by

By Dale O’Leary: On the program MediaBuzz (April 5), there were rare moments of honesty. One of the panel of members of the media admitted that while 50 percent of the public considered themselves faithful Christians, only 10 percent of those working in newsrooms would classify themselves as such. The panelists all but admitted that they just didn’t understand Christians. The ten percent who are believers probably aren’t always candid about their feelings. Even when big names admit to...

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Anglican Unscripted Episode 155

Feb 4, 2015 by

Lord! Open the ABC’s eyes” Kevin and George discuss Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s recent comments on the media.

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BBC accused of sidelining religion by axing top post

Jan 30, 2015 by

By John Bingham, Telegraph: The BBC has been accused to treating religion as the “fag end” of its priorities at a time of massive global upheaval after announcing it is to scrap its high-profile position of head of religion to cut costs. Aaqil Ahmed, the first Muslim to hold the post, and one of the most outspoken BBC executives, has been told his role in commissioning programmes is to be axed as part of a shake-up. Religion is to make an unlikely alliance with science, business issues and...

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Are mainstream media prejudiced against God?

Jan 5, 2015 by

By Denyse O’Leary, MercatorNet: Recently, I noted that it is mainly older people who rely on dying legacy media for news. Media watchers have noted that the New York Times marked Christmas Day with two different stories about atheism, here and here. And that Newsweek took a desperate swipe at the integrity of the Bible just before Christmas. It raises a question: Are legacy media inherently anti-religious? Maybe. But first let’s distinguish between three terms sometimes used to criticize...

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BBC’s head of religion Aaqil Ahmed calls for more ‘literacy’ at the top

Dec 27, 2014 by

by Ian Burrell, Independent: The head of religious programmes at the BBC has complained that a lack of diversity and religious literacy at the top of British public service television is letting down modern audiences. Aaqil Ahmed, the BBC’s head of religion and ethics, complained of a “lack of religious literacy” in modern society and said viewers from minority faiths complained that television often failed to understand their beliefs and reflect them in its output. “We have got to do better,”...

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