Proof: Young people are far more receptive to the gospel than we think

Jul 12, 2017 by

by Jimmy Dale, Christian Today: Last month, Hope Revolution published its ‘Talking Jesus’ research, looking at perceptions of Jesus, Christians and evangelism among 11 to 18-year-olds. The finding have caused quite a stir, with one statistic in particular raising eyebrows. The research...

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Leading Anglican Evangelist Berates Welby over Carey’s Forced Resignation

Jul 12, 2017 by

by Canon Michael Green, VOL: Public executions are ugly. But that is what has happened to Lord Carey. As a result of his handling of the Bishop Peter Ball pedophile affair, a quarter of a century ago, he has now not only been criticized in the Gibb Report and accused in a letter of June 21 by the...

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Carey a scapegoat – Michael Green writes to the Telegraph

Jul 12, 2017 by

SIR – Public executions are ugly. But that is what has happened to Lord Carey of Clifton, the former Archbishop of Canterbury. As a result of his handling of the Bishop Peter Ball paedophile affair, a quarter of a century ago, he has now not only been criticised in the Gibb Report and accused in a...

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‘Keep the Church of England Safe’

Jul 12, 2017 by

from Christian Concern: Professor Robert ‘Bobby’ Oscar Lopez’s General Synod Speech. Professor Robert ‘Bobby’ Oscar Lopez, a professor at the Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary, spoke at General Synod on the dangerous consequences of Jayne Ozanne’s motion to...

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General Synod July 2017: Five steps away from Biblical Christianity

Jul 11, 2017 by

By Susie Leafe, Director of Reform (UK) The July 2017 sessions of the Church of England’s General Synod (or parliament) were very significant for the future of the Church. Again and again, both the decisions made, and the manner in which they were made, showed scant regard for Scripture or...

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When the Church Celebrates Sex-Change Surgery

Jul 11, 2017 by

by Michael Brown, Townhall.com: I am not the least bit surprised that the Church Of England is “Considering Special Services To Celebrate Gender Reassignment.” I’m saddened and disappointed, but certainly not surprised. The handwriting has been on the wall for a while now, and other religious...

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Radical Christian Inclusion…?

Jul 11, 2017 by

by Rob Munro, Church Society: Rob Munro reflects on the debates and decisions of General Synod, and calls us to pray for another Reformation. General Synod felt like it reached the watershed this last long weekend. Superficially we did the usual things: passing obscure legal provisions – for...

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Does this vote by the Church of England mean the end for the Bishop’s Mitre?

Jul 11, 2017 by

by Ruth Gledhill, Christian Today: The Church of England today embraced informal attire for all its clergy, known as ‘dress down Sundays’. Formal vestments have not been abandoned nor abolished – but it is now optional for clergy to wear traditional vestments at services such as Holy...

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UK Foreign Office Virtue Signals over Providing Same Sex Marriage Abroad, But Guess Which Countries Don’t Make the List?

Jul 11, 2017 by

by Raheem Kassam, Breitbart: Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) — equivalent to the U.S. State Department — is providing same sex marriage services at its consulates around the world ostensibly as a way of pressuring other nations to recognise the unions in law. The FCO has been...

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Clergy can dress down after church votes to let them ditch vestments

Jul 11, 2017 by

by Olivia Rudgard, Telegraph: Clergy have been given the go-ahead to ditch their robes and dress down for services following a vote by the church’s General Synod. Priests should be allowed flexibility to wear what they want to make the church more accessible and relevant to the modern world,...

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