Radical Muslims feel their religion is ‘under threat’, and are ‘willing to die for it’

Sep 11, 2017 by

By Hassan John, Global Christian News. A United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Regional Bureau for Africa, report has declared that “‘religious ideas’ was the factor that attracted the largest number” to join terrorism. Their study indicated “the significance of religious ideology in one way...

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Voices of the Silenced: TV platform launched

Sep 11, 2017 by

From CIT website.   Core Issues Trust has today announced the launch of the Voices of the Silenced television platform (VOS.TV). Speaking today, Mike Davidson CEO of Core Issues Trust said that the project was an an initiative of its “Voices of the Silenced” European film project,...

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The pastoral heart and the inevitability of suffering

Sep 11, 2017 by

By John Piper, Ligonier Ministries. […] If we would see God honored in the lives of our people as the supreme value, highest treasure, and deepest satisfaction of their lives, then we must strive with all our might to show the meaning of suffering, and help them see the wisdom and power and...

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Harriet Harman admits paedophile group joined her civil liberties group in the 1970s

Sep 11, 2017 by

Ed: In response to Harriet Harman’s recent accusation of Jacob Rees-Mogg being a ‘deadbeat dad’, we make no apologies for reposting this article from February 2014 by Christopher Hope in The Telegraph. Harriet Harman has been forced to deny supporting paedophilia after she...

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Boys in skirts and the sinister side of the education establishment

Sep 11, 2017 by

by Chris McGovern, TCW: A school where I taught as head of history for seven years, Lewes Priory Comprehensive in East Sussex, has been much in the news. It has decided to ban any pupil – girl or boy – from wearing a skirt. Piers Morgan, a pupil at the school during my time there, has described...

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The Contagion of Euthanasia and the Corruption of Compassion

Sep 11, 2017 by

by  Arthur Goldberg and Shimon Cowen, Public Discourse: The contagion of assisted suicide, once the command “Thou shalt not kill” is set aside, quickly spreads elsewhere. True compassion does not abandon people at their most vulnerable. In Canada, “natural death” must be “reasonably foreseeable”...

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Australia gay marriage debate highlights church divisions

Sep 11, 2017 by

from Mailonline: As Australia prepares for a contentious postal vote on legalising gay marriage, fierce divisions have emerged within the church, with many Christians disregarding traditional religious views as outdated. Although attitudes to same-sex marriage vary across denominations and...

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The fragile generation

Sep 10, 2017 by

by Jonathan Haidt, spiked: Worrying things have been happening on US campuses of late. While most of us are now familiar with the campus censors’ vocabulary of ‘trigger warnings’ and ‘microaggressions’, authoritarian student behaviour has recently taken an even more sinister turn. At Middlebury...

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Shortage of surrogate mothers as more gay fathers try for babies

Sep 10, 2017 by

by Sanchez Manning, Mailonline: A huge increase in gay couples wanting to have babies using surrogate mothers has forced a leading agency to turn away infertile heterosexual couples. The result is that both gay and straight people wanting to start a family are now being forced to use ‘risky’...

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Christian parents take their son, six, out of Church of England primary school and plan to sue because a male classmate is allowed to wear a dress

Sep 10, 2017 by

by Scott Campbell, Mailonline: A Christian couple who took their son out of a Church of England primary because a boy in his class was allowed to wear a dress are planning to sue the school. Nigel Rowe, 44, and his wife Sally, 42, said their child had come home ‘confused as to why and how a...

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