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Apr 23, 2017 by

As some readers are still having difficulty with missing pages, new posts will be linked here. (Newest at the top).  Last week’s and earlier posts may be viewed here. Ann Widdecombe: Tim Farron’s being bullied over beliefs, Daily Express The Benedict Option—not radical enough, LifeSite Hate-crime...

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(Updates) The Benedict Option?

Apr 14, 2017 by

The Benedict Option Living in obedience to God with increasingly hostile law and society continues to be an unresolved and severe problem for Christians in the contemporary West. The need to remember God’s Word and be faithful disciples of Christ, resisting the pressure and allurement of the world...

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Easter resources

Apr 13, 2017 by

Articles for reflection and devotion this Easter (Newer posts at the bottom) Archbishop of Canterbury’s Easter Letter Celebrating Palm Sunday on Jesus Green, by Adam Atkinson, C of E website Easter: Power and money, judgment and destiny, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream Palm Sunday –...

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Egypt Palm Sunday attacks: reports and analysis

Apr 13, 2017 by

Newer items at the bottom Over 30 killed in Palm Sunday attack in Egypt, from Global Christian News Egypt’s Palm Sunday massacre is an attack on Christianity, Damian Thompson, Spectator Egyptian President declares three days of mourning, by Hassan John, Global Christian News Are we about to see...

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Transgender latest

Mar 15, 2017 by

Articles and comments (most recent at the top) about ‘gender theory’, the idea, relentlessly disseminated,  that gender is a social and psychological construct, not something that is determined by our biological sex. Psychiatry expert: ‘scientifically there is no such thing as...

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(Updated) The C of E’s new direction?

Mar 6, 2017 by

After the defeat of the ‘Take Note’ motion on the Bishops’ Report on sexuality and marriage (GS 2055), the Archbishops of Canterbury and York issued a letter calling for ‘radical inclusion’ in the C of E. Here are some articles responding to this, and further...

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