Builders accidentally discover the hidden tombs of five former archbishops of Canterbury while carrying out a museum refurbishment

Apr 16, 2017 by

by Rory Tingle, Mailonline: Builders have accidentally stumbled across the tombs of five archbishops of Canterbury dating back to the 1600s during a museum refurbishment. A total of 30 lead coffins were found as workers tried to even out the floor in the chancel of St Mary-at-Lambeth to create an...

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CI News: 13 April 2017

Apr 13, 2017 by

In the news this week: The western media is accused of ignoring global persecution of Christians – the BBC’s liberal staff are ‘out of touch’ with the rest of the country – an evangelistic campaign is taking place on London buses – a politician has shared the gospel in the Canadian parliament –...

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CI News: 7 April 2017

Apr 7, 2017 by

from The Christian Institute: In the news this week: The BBC employs a disproportionate number of LGBT people – up to a million people are facing bullying at work because of their faith – the Government has committed to making it easier for transsexual people to legally change sex – abortionists...

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CI News: 24 March 2017

Mar 24, 2017 by

from The Christian Institute: Featured stories SNP veteran: ‘Abandon Named Person’ Sex selective abortion: ‘Good for mother and child’, claims BMA ethics member ‘Supporters of traditional marriage are being treated as bigots’, says Supreme Court judge Down’s Syndrome Day 2017: Challenging...

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Latest posts

Mar 23, 2017 by

Further issues:  As some readers are still having difficulty with missing pages, new posts from 3 April will be linked here. (Newest at the top) BBC television plans to close its religion and ethics section. Will the new approach lead to the Great British Pray Off? Why big churches aren’t...

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Anglican Unscripted #277 – Intergalactic Exclusive

Mar 20, 2017 by

Kevin Kallsen talks to Gavin Ashenden about his withdrawal from the Church of England, his views on the Apostolic order and gay marriage.  Also discussed are the Jeffrey John and Philip North debacles....

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