Evangelical bishops offer olive branch to GAFCON

Oct 17, 2018 by

by David Baker, Christian Today: Evangelical bishops in the Church of England have offered a hand of friendship to GAFCON – the international Anglican grouping emerging as a potential future alternative to the Anglican Communion. In an unexpected overture, 13 bishops have written a letter...

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Premarital Cohabitation Is Still Associated With Greater Odds of Divorce

Oct 17, 2018 by

by Scott Stanley, Institute for Family Studies: A new study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family finds that the “premarital cohabitation effect” lives on, despite what you’ve likely heard. The premarital cohabitation effect is the finding that those who live together prior to marriage...

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Christian Doctor Fired for Refusing to Dispense Birth Control Wins Norway Supreme Court Case

Oct 17, 2018 by

by Samuel Smith, Christian Post: A Catholic doctor who was fired over her objection to birth control has won a landmark case in Norway’s Supreme Court. In a ruling last Thursday, Norway’s highest court sided with Polish Dr. Katarzyna Jachimowicz and ruled that she has the right to...

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Canada Up in Smoke

Oct 17, 2018 by

by John Paul Meenan, Crisis Magazine: The day is nigh. Today, October 17, marijuana becomes legal in Canada, only the second sovereign nation to let loose the reins of law on the notorious drug (the other being Uruguay, with other nations taking a more incremental approach). Nine U.S. states have...

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The Prime Minister’s transgender proposals dangerously oversimplify a complex mental health issue

Oct 17, 2018 by

by Dr Rick Thomas, Christian Medical Fellowship: The Government’s public consultation on possible means to make it simpler and easier for people in England and Wales to change their legal gender concludes on 19 October. Prime Minister Theresa May has said that she wants ‘to see a process that is...

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LGBT Media Runs With Unsubstantiated ‘Hate Crime’ Stories Despite Red Flags

Oct 17, 2018 by

by Chad Felix Greene, The Federalist: The need for a powerful narrative, regardless of the truth behind it, is something we have seen grow more influential on the left. Narratives drive politics, but narrative has become a defining feature of how progressives view themselves and approach the...

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Two days left to seize a real opportunity

Oct 17, 2018 by

from Coalition for Marriage: The Government’s consultation on changing the Gender Recognition Act closes on Friday at 23.00. This is a genuine chance to make a difference. Opposition is coming from many different quarters. Just in recent days: An open letter from almost 200 individuals highlighted...

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What is Cultural Marxism?

Oct 17, 2018 by

A primer on the history, present aspirations, and future implications of Cultural Marxism. This is a great resource on Cultural Marxism which explains the larger framework and ideological drivers now dominant in post Christian Britain. A must see!...

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Imam to preach Eucharistic sermon at University Church, Oxford

Oct 17, 2018 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: The University Church of St Mary the Virgin in Oxford dates back to 1086. It was the first building adopted by the University of Oxford in the 13th century, and was the site of the 1555-6 trials of the Oxford Martyrs, where Bishops Hugh Latimer, Nicholas Ridley and...

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Transgender law reform has overlooked women’s rights, say MPs

Oct 17, 2018 by

by David Batty, Guardian: Senior MPs have called on the government to reconsider plans to make it easier for trans people to have their preferred gender legally recognised to ensure that the reforms are not detrimental to women’s rights. Maria Caulfield, the Conservative party’s former vice-chair...

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