Anglican Unscripted #343 – Interviewing Lorna Ashworth

Nov 14, 2017 by

Kevin Kallsen talks to Lorna Ashworth about her resignation from General Synod and Archbishops’ Council over ‘heretical teaching’.

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Chaplains coordinate to hold ‘radically inclusive’ services

Nov 9, 2017 by

by Anna Menin, Varsity: College chaplains from King’s, Trinity, and St John’s are holding a series of special services in their chapels which aim to provide “inclusive spaces” for LGBT+ Christians to “encounter God”. A total of six special services have or will be held across the three colleges...

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A Christian Strategy

Nov 7, 2017 by

by Adrian Vermeule, First Things: The problem is the relentless aggression of liberalism, driven by an internal mechanism that causes ever more radical demands for political conformism, particularly targeting the Church. The solution is an equally radical form of strategic flexibility on the part...

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Bible Belief Is Not Bigotry

Nov 6, 2017 by

by Mark H Creech, Christian Post: […]  Although the word, “discrimination,” is typically seen as a bad thing, our laws discriminate against behaviors that are considered detrimental. Could you imagine calling someone who discriminates against the incestuous or the Harvey...

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Softly, softly catchee monkee

Nov 1, 2017 by

by Peter Mullen, All Things Considered: The county of Herefordshire is one of the most beautiful rural areas of England and its people, being country folk,  are conservative in the broad sense of that word. It’s surprising then to see that the Diocese of Hereford is in the avant garde when it...

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Fr. James Martin on marriage, sexual morality and the Church’s teachings: a solution to the puzzle

Oct 6, 2017 by

by Professor Robert George, The Public Discourse. For quite some time, Fr. James Martin, SJ, puzzled me, as he puzzles many Catholics still. He insists that he does not reject any of the teachings of the Catholic Church, yet when it comes to the question of marriage and same-sex sexual...

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