The staggering hypocrisy of today’s ‘inclusivity’

Jun 25, 2019 by

from Voice for Justice UK: This month marks the 50thanniversary of the now famous Stonewall riots in New York. In the early hours of 28thJune, 1969, police carried out a routine raid on the Stonewall Inn, a notorious Gay bar in Greenwich Village.  The response, however, was far from routine, because this time the raid was followed by violent protests and demonstrations.  In every sense this was the beginning of the gay rights movement, with the drive by activists not just to win acceptance,...

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GAFCON Chairman’s June Letter

Jun 25, 2019 by

Brothers and Sisters, greetings in the Name of Jesus Christ our Lord!! Seeking to be Biblical Christians in a global age, participants in the Global Anglican Future Conference are busy proclaiming Jesus Christ faithfully to the nations by making disciples, evangelizing those who don’t know Jesus, and speaking into corruption, economic injustices, and moral concerns in their local communities.  Here are just a few stories from around the world. Earlier this month, a truly phenomenal gathering...

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It is staggering that in Britain today, a judge cannot say children do best with a mother and father

Jun 25, 2019 by

from Christian Today: We live in a weird world. Tuning in to Radio Wales the other day I found myself listening to a man talking about his hobby as a “bingo caller”. And to my utter amazement I heard him say that he’s not allowed to use the traditional nickname for “88” any longer because it would offend too many people.  If you don’t know what that nickname is, a quick Google will tell you all you need to know. It got me wondering, though, whether...

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Poll: Discomfort with LGBTQ Americans rising among the young

Jun 25, 2019 by

By Marina Pitofsky, The Hill: The percentage of young non-LGBTQ Americans who were either “very” or “somewhat” comfortable around LGBTQ people decreased for the second year in a row in 2018. According to GLAAD’s annual Accelerating Acceptance Index, which was released Monday, 45 percent of non-LGBTQ Americans ages 18-34 said they were comfortable around LGBTQ people, or were “allies,” in 2018. This is a dip from the 53 percent of the age group who said they were allies in 2017 and the 63...

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Encouragements and battles in the latest news

Jun 25, 2019 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: A number of articles and books have recently demonstrated how the BBC – like many of our national institutions – is controlled by a liberal-leaning elite, and has moved away from its nominally Christian roots to promote a progressive worldview, while marginalising and despising orthodox Christianity. While this may largely be true, nevertheless from time to time excellent, encouraging material bucks the trend and gets through. For example, an...

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LGBT ‘pride’ parade advocates say children like to see ‘nakedness’ and ‘kink’

Jun 25, 2019 by

by Martin M Barillas, LifeSite: A sex therapist claims she cannot imagine “a safer place for families to bring children” than an LGBTQ “pride” celebration. According to HuffPost Canada, Pega Ren brought her grandchildren to a homosexual “pride” parade in British Columbia. When asked about the appropriateness of children participating in the LGBTQ event, she said, “I can’t imagine a safer place for families to bring children.” Pride parades in Canada and around the world feature not only public...

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Stand with her

Jun 24, 2019 by

from Right to Life: Three Court of Appeal judges have ruled that doctors must not perform an abortion on a woman with a learning disability. This is an absolutely brilliant outcome for the mother, her baby and their extended family. That said, this horrific original ruling should never have happened in the first place. It is totally unacceptable that a mother had to go to the Court of Appeal to stop the state forcing a late-term abortion on her daughter. Please join us for a demonstration...

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VICTORY: Forced abortion case OVERTURNED

Jun 24, 2019 by

from SPUC: Some amazing news – we’ve just heard that appeal judges have overturned the decision for doctors to perform a forced abortion on a 22 week pregnant woman with learning difficulties. John Deighan, SPUC Deputy CEO said: “This is amazing news. The initial decision to form an abortion on a disabled woman against her will, when her mother had promised to look after the child, caused shock and outrage around the world. A forced abortion is one of the worst things that...

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Pro-abortionists join hands with pro-lifers as U.K. bishops condemn forced abortion

Jun 24, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant: Pro-life campaigners have petitioned Parliament after a British judge known for abortion activism ordered a Nigerian Catholic mother with a learning disability to terminate the life of her 22-week child against her will. The mother suffers from “moderately severe” learning difficulties and a mood disorder and has “the mental age of 6-to-9-year-old.” She is in her twenties and is in the custody of Britain’s state-funded National...

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What would reform of the Church of England take?

Jun 24, 2019 by

from Northern Souls blogspot: There is an ongoing debate among conservative evangelicals about whether to stay or go with respect to the Church of England. We have seen a number of principled defections in recent months, although, especially with Lee Gatiss’ recent blog series written up into a book Fight Valiantly, the majority, following the Church Society lead, seem committed to fighting for the reform of the Church. One important question to ask in light of that is: What would reform of...

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