Rebutting the Transgender Myths: Walt Heyer

May 9, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: One very effective way of dismantling the many myths and lies of an ideological agenda is to have someone who has been there and done that make his case. Walt Heyer knows all about the transgender agenda, having had two sex changes. His story has now been told...

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Unofficial Bishops, non-C of E Anglicans: fragmentation and schism, or new reformation?

May 9, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. “We are on the cusp of a new reformation”, says Gavin Ashenden in an article about conflicts and new initiatives in Anglicanism in Britain. The original Reformation, which we remember particularly this year, 500 years after Martin Luther’s famous public...

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PRESS STATEMENT from Jesmond Parish Church: New style English Bishop

May 9, 2017 by

On St Athanasius Day, 2 May 2017, Jonathan Pryke, the senior minister, under its vicar, of Jesmond Parish Church, Newcastle upon Tyne, was consecrated a “bishop in the Church of God”. This was by the Presiding Bishop of REACH SA (the Reformed Evangelical Anglican Church of South Africa), formerly...

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Missionary Bishop for Britain consecrated at Jesmond

May 9, 2017 by

By George Conger, Anglican Ink A missionary bishop has been consecrated for evangelical Anglicans seeking a reformation for the reformed catholic faith in England. Participants in the 2 May 2017 consecration of the Rev. Jonathan Pryke at Jesmond Parish Church in the Diocese of Newcastle by bishops...

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400 radical Muslims embrace Jesus as their Saviour in Nigeria

May 9, 2017 by

by Jay Gotera, Christian Today They’re worse than the members of the Boko Haram terrorist group, as far as Nigerian authorities are concerned. These are the radical Fulani Islamic herdsmen who have killed more people in Nigeria than any other terrorist and insurgent groups in the African...

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“Why are you so negative?”

May 9, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch The Old Testament prophets were well known as bearers of bad news. Their hard words, especially about judgment to come and the need for repentance, did not exactly make them the life of the party. They certainly were not on very many ‘Most fun people to be around...

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Hymns at funerals dying out as ‘celebratory’ pop songs become more popular

May 9, 2017 by

by Olivia Rudgard,Telegraph For decades traditional hymns such as Abide with Me and The Lord Is My Shepherd have been staples at British funerals. But their popularity is waning as more people opt instead for cheerier secular songs. A shift to more balanced ceremonies which involve celebration as...

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How should Christians vote?

May 9, 2017 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: A friend posted online a short story which highlighted a key issue for Christians in voting on June 8th. Recently, while I was weeding my front garden, my neighbours stopped to chat as they returned home from walking their dog. During our friendly conversation I asked their...

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CANA Bishop Says No to Women Priests at Diocesan Convention

May 9, 2017 by

by David Virtue, VOL: The Bishop of the Missionary Diocese of CANA East told some 250 delegates to his Synod 2017 that he will never ordain a woman to the priesthood based on his complementarian views regarding ordination. “I believe that the concept of male-female complementarity can be...

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The Big Lie of Transgender Ideology

May 9, 2017 by

by Joe Bissonnette, Crisis Magazine: One of the great truths lost in the zealotry of gender politics is that unlike animal sexuality, which is purely instinctive, human sexuality is a combination of instinct and socialization. We are not just “born this way.” Human sexual desire is cultivated. It...

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