How Margaret Sanger Tried to Enslave Us All

Oct 17, 2021 by

by Nicole King, The Imaginative Conservative: The birth control for which Margaret Sanger so passionately fought has led not to freedom, but to slavery of the worst kind, for both men and women. Of this, we as a nation should be very afraid. Margaret Sanger, the great champion of sexual liberalism, is about as modern as they come in many ways, so much so that a few of her political statements bear a startling affinity to certain celebrity statements surrounding this past election. When John F....

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Ozanne Foundation wants state surveillance of Christian ministries

Oct 17, 2021 by

by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern: The government should arrange for ‘intelligence gathering’, ie. spying on ‘repeat offenders’ of ‘conversion practices’ (aka ‘conversion therapy’). This is what the Ozanne Foundation recommends in its Cooper Report, published on 1 October. Targeting ‘conversion practices’ The Cooper Report defines ‘conversion practices’ as “attempts to suppress, ‘cure’ or change sexual orientation or gender identity.” It calls on the UK government to ban ‘conversion...

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Sir David Amess’ Christian Faith

Oct 16, 2021 by

It is sad to read the Times obituary of Sir David Amess which makes no reference at all to his Christian faith. It needs to be noted therefore that Simon Caldwell reports in the Catholic Herald that “Sir David was a dedicated Catholic who used conscience votes to uphold the right to life and the Christian understanding of marriage.” Cardinal Nicholls of Westminster has said: “David carried out his vocation as a Catholic in public life with generosity and integrity. He served in Parliament for...

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Royal Family Same-Sex Marriages: Implications for Succeeding to the Throne?

Oct 16, 2021 by

from GB News: Royal Historian Rafe Heydel-Mankoo, Senior Fellow at the New Culture Forum and a former editor at Burke’s Peerage & Gentry, the well-known guide to royalty, joins GB News’s Colin Brazier to discuss the Dutch Government’s decision to recognise same-sex marriages in their Royal Family. What are the implications for the UK? For example, if same-sex royals have a sperm donor or surrogate, would their child still be able to inherit the throne? What about the...

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School’s guide to respecting religious beliefs in RSE

Oct 16, 2021 by

from Christian Concern: Christian Concern’s Head of Education Steve Beegoo, and the Christian Legal Centre’s Roger Kiska, lay out how Christian schools and teachers can best follow government guidelines relating to RSE and still respect religious beliefs. Helpfully, they have provided a checklist for school leaders, which is free to download. Whether you’re a teacher, a parent, a governor, or just an interested party, if you’d like your school to know how to fully give consideration to...

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Can we now have an honest discussion about Islamist terrorism?

Oct 16, 2021 by

by Brendan O’Neill, spiked: Police think the killing of David Amess may have had an Islamist motivation. We need to talk about this. The discussion about the horrific slaying of Tory MP David Amess is set to change. Possibly radically. The police’s decision to treat his murder as a potential terrorist incident, with an Islamist motivation, is likely to shake up how the media elites in particular talk about it. Out will go any implacable political anger and the insistence that we search...

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Does the Church of England Want You?

Oct 16, 2021 by

by Daniel A French, The Mallard: Nothing is more enticing than an organisation which is hard to join or mysterious from the outside. Groucho Marx famously said he refused to join any club that would have him. Even the rabbis are known to employ reverse psychology. A postulant would have to do a lot of knocking at the synagogue door before they were taken seriously for conversion. By contrast inclusiveness has been the hip buzzword in the Church of England for thirty years. Everything has to be...

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Commentary on Kenya’s new woman Bp: Gafcon, ACNA, FiFNA respond; Ashey, Nelson, Kennedy analyze

Oct 16, 2021 by

by Barbara Gauthier (received by email): Four weeks ago Abp. Jackson Ole Sapit consecrated Rose Okeno as Bishop of Betere in the Anglican Church of Kenya.  She is actually the third female bishop consecrated by a Gafcon province. In 2015, the Gafcon Primates Council had commissioned a Task Force on Women in the Episcopate to provide guidance on the advisability of consecrating women as bishops in the Church. But before the Task Force could finish its report, retired Abp. Daniel Bul Deng...

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Real marriage is at the heart of the culture war

Oct 16, 2021 by

by Tony Rucinski, Coalition for Marriage: British born author, historian and academic, Carl Trueman, places real marriage at the heart of the culture war in his important book, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self. Watch our discussion about the issues raised, and how to tackle them: Exploring how the phrase “I’m a woman trapped in a man’s body” has come to make “sense”, Carl says people are creating plastic identities that fly in the face of nature and reality. “External objective factors...

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Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali’s conversion to Catholicism

Oct 16, 2021 by

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