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Jul 11, 2018 by

Some readers find that the Anglican Mainstream website does not automatically update to the latest page. If so, this can normally be resolved by pressing the ‘refresh’ button. The headline boxes above each contain collections of articles on recent important topics which have attracted much...

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Seven Lessons from the McCarrick Case

Aug 14, 2018 by

by Jeffrey Tranzillo, Crisis Magazine: Following the long overdue revelations about the contemptible sexual misconduct of former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, many authors have rightly expressed their indignation toward him and his episcopal enablers. In this article, I will try not to spend much...

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What God has not joined together: the rise of the humanist wedding

Aug 14, 2018 by

by Severin Carrell, Guardian: Secular marriages are now the most popular in Scotland, prompting fresh calls for reform in England and Wales. Robyn Hewatt and Andrew Downie were married with all the trappings of a traditional Scottish wedding: Hewatt’s father walked her down the aisle; she had...

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SPUC warns Home Secretary not to ‘fatally injure freedom of speech’

Aug 14, 2018 by

from SPUC: The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) has told the Home Secretary that his decision on buffer zones around abortion clinics, could be “the most momentous” of his career. In a letter to Sajid Javid MP, following reports that he will be making make an...

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Change of Sexual Orientation – What does the Research Really Say?

Aug 14, 2018 by

by Dale O’Leary: Review of the Literature: Is it possible for therapy to produce a change in sexual orientation? Is such therapy ethical? C.A. Tripp in a 1971 debate with Lawrence Hatterer insisted that “there is not a single recorded instance of a change in homosexual orientation which has...

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Denial of Therapeutic Help – Letter to The Guardian

Aug 14, 2018 by

from Dermot O’Callaghan: Denial of Therapeutic Help Prof Andrew Samuels says that under the Government’s proposals regarding ‘conversion therapy’, “if you come to psychotherapy wishing to explore issues of sex and sexuality, you will still be able to do so”. What he does not say...

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The art of taking offence

Aug 13, 2018 by

by Roger Scruton, Spectator: The emerging witch-hunt culture would be an object of half-amused contempt, were we still protected, as we were until recently, by the robust law of libel. It is still possible to laugh at the absurdity of it all, if you sit at home, avoiding contact with ignorant and...

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Burqa-loving Theresa May is a slave to Salafist Islam

Aug 13, 2018 by

by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest: Britain’s conservative Prime Minister Theresa May is no friend of conservative Christianity. May voted in favour of same-sex marriage in 2013. May tweeted her congratulations, when Ireland voted in favour of killing babies, aka abortion. Mother Theresa of Downing...

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Jordan Peterson, Noah and the Flood

Aug 13, 2018 by

by Christopher Kaczor, MercatorNet: Unpacking an allegorical interpretation of the Biblical story. Having previously looked at his understanding of  Adam and Eve as well as Cain and Abel, we turn now to Jordan Peterson’s interpretation of the story of Noah and the Flood. While acknowledging...

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Charity Age UK offers the elderly advice on how to change gender after ex-RAF navigator underwent reassignment surgery at 81

Aug 13, 2018 by

by Conor Boyd, Mailonline: Elderly people are being given guidance on how to change gender after an 81-year-old ex-RAF navigator became Britain’s oldest transsexual. Charity Age UK issued advice for pensioners looking to have reassignment surgery after the NHS revealed a rise in the number...

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Buffer zones banning protests outside abortion clinics could be introduced across the country

Aug 13, 2018 by

from Mailonline: Buffer zones banning protests outside all abortion clinics could be introduced later this year, campaigners hope. It comes after Ealing Council became the first in the country to create a 100-metre protest-free zone outside a Marie Stopes centre in West London. The council used a...

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