AM website holiday

May 27, 2017 by

Anglican Mainstream’s website posting will be lighter than usual due to holidays, but we will be back in force next weekend!  

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UK statistics: England’s Christian population dropped, Muslim population increased in 10 years

May 27, 2017 by

by Lorraine Caballero, Christian Daily: The proportion of Christians in England saw a significant drop between 2001 and 2011, while the percentage of Muslims increased in the same period, based on information from the United Kingdom’s Office for National Statistics. Based on U.K.’s...

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General Election – questions for candidates

May 26, 2017 by

From Coalition for Marriage Freedom remains under threat. Too often attempts are made to compel people to agree with same-sex marriage – whether it’s individuals in the workplace, in public places or in schools. Remember that Ashers Baking Co. in Belfast is being hauled through the courts,...

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The Pastor Must Fall On His Sword Before He Wields It

May 22, 2017 by

by Trevin Wax, TGC: When you think of a pastor and his Bible, you may picture a well-worn Bible sitting on a desk, next to a stack of commentaries, a moleskin journal on top. You may think of the Bible you use in sermon prep, or maybe it’s the Bible you carry onto the platform when you preach. You...

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500 years of Reformation: Luther’s home town launches anniversary celebrations

May 22, 2017 by

by Mark Woods, Christian Today: The official celebrations marking 500 years since the Reformation have been launched in the ancient city of Wittenberg in Germany’s Saxony-Anhalt, home of Martin Luther. Around 4,000 people attended a worship service in the town square, which features statues...

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Cuba holds first transgender mass

May 12, 2017 by

from Mailonline: Cuba held its first transgender mass in a groundbreaking move for the communist-ruled country. For decades, belonging to a religion and having a sexual orientation other than heterosexual was stigmatized on the Caribbean island. But in the service on Friday, led by three...

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