CI News: 22 July 2016

Jul 22, 2016 by

from The Christian Institute: Featured stories Boarding school group backs use of trans language ‘Children’s moral character hampered by social media’ Scottish kids to be exposed to pro-LGBT teaching Remarkable potential of adult stem cells demonstrated Also in the news Latest news stories News archive...

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CI News: 15 July 2016

Jul 15, 2016 by

from The Christian Institute: Featured stories Where does Theresa May stand on Christian issues? Govt: ‘Biological sex no longer important on passports’ Church singers compared to ISIS & Nazis by columnist ‘The authority of the Bible must not be superseded’ Also in the news Latest news stories News...

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CI News: 8 July 2016

Jul 8, 2016 by

Featured stories e-dark-on-govt-extremism-plans/?v080716″>‘We’re all still in the dark on Govt extremism plans’ Stop criminalising prostitutes & legalise brothels, MPs say Staggering sum of Britain’s gambling losses revealed Stem cell breakthrough gives hope to osteoporosis sufferers Also in the news Latest news stories News...

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Oxford University to replace ‘male, pale and stale’ image with gay, female and black icons

Jul 4, 2016 by

By Javier Espinoza, Telegraph: xford University is replacing portraits of famous men with gay, female and black icons to counter its  ‘male, pale and stale’ image, it has emerged. Earlier this year David Cameron, the Prime Minister, led calls for the university to take more ethnic minority students as figures revealed Oxford had only taken 27 black undergraduate students in 2014. It followed calls from the Rhodes Must Fall movement to ‘decolonise’ the university’s curriculum....

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CI News: 1 July 2016

Jul 1, 2016 by

Featured stories Parents will get say on Welsh bid to ban smacking Parents in uproar as C of E school drops cross logo US Supreme Court blocks law to curb abortion clinics ‘Now I can tell my family I love them’ Also in the news Latest news stories News archive...

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Bishop George Bell: Review to look at ‘abuse’ case

Jun 28, 2016 by

from BBC News: An independent review is to be carried out into how the Church of England handled the case of a former bishop named as an alleged paedophile. The church settled the civil claim of a woman who said she was abused by the late Bishop of Chichester, George Bell, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The review will look at how it handled the allegations, first made in 1995, and the decision to settle the case. Bishop Bell’s supporters have been critical of the church’s...

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