What the Anglican Communion can learn from the Commonwealth Games

Aug 18, 2022 by

Church of England Newspaper 18 August 2020 Vinay Samuel and Chris Sugden Early August saw two events in England in which countries in the British Commonwealth took part. At one, people with considerable expertise in their chosen field...

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NSS probes future monarchs over gay marriage stance

Aug 18, 2022 by

from The National Secular Society: The National Secular Society has pressed the future monarchs to confirm their stance on homosexuality after the Church of England affirmed its opposition to gay sex and marriage. The NSS wrote to the...

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When Churches Go Bad: Fight or Flight?

Aug 18, 2022 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: On the Anglican Church split: It is a perennial question: What happens when a Christian church or denomination or school or institution starts to go bad? And by this I mean when they start to clearly...

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How Dutch protests ignited a global backlash to the ‘green’ war on farmers

Aug 18, 2022 by

by Michael Shellenberger, LifeSite: Public support for farmer protests quickly picked up in the Netherlands, Canada, and around the world. Farmers in the Netherlands reduced nitrogen pollution by nearly 70 percent through a voluntary...

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Mary Whitehouse and the permissive society

Aug 18, 2022 by

by Emily Bourne, Christian Concern: “The Propaganda of disbelief, doubt and dirt poured into millions of homes through the television.”[i] Whilst you would be forgiven for thinking that this quote is referring to the content of many...

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A Biblical Conservatism

Aug 18, 2022 by

by Daniel E Burns, The Public Discourse: Yoram Hazony’s Conservatism: A Rediscovery offers a valuable new take on non-Lockean political theory, grounded in the Biblical tradition and relevant to our current affairs. Part one of a two-part...

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The American Academy of Pediatrics’ Dubious Transgender Science

Aug 18, 2022 by

By Julia Mason and Leor Sapir, Wall Street Journal: As other countries turn away from hormones and surgery, the AAP won’t even allow a debate. A spate of headlines this month declared that America’s surge in transgender identification...

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Canadian specialist urges MDs to ‘slow down’ in treating transgender patients after U.K. clinic closed

Aug 18, 2022 by

by Tom Blackwell, National Post: Canadian health care faces similar issues around treating transgender teenagers as a controversial British clinic and needs to “slow down” and not move patients so readily to medical transition, says a...

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Why is Norwich Cathedral ashamed of Jesus Christ?

Aug 18, 2022 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: The Rev’d Marcus Walker went to Norwich for a short little August break. “Never been before but it seems lovely so far”, he tweeted. And then he entered Norwich Cathedral, where he was “rather excited to see a stand...

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WHAT IS ‘PUBLIC THEOLOGY’? Professor Dion Forster

Aug 17, 2022 by

By Chris Sugden, VirtueOnline: For some ‘public theology’ is a relatively new term. Not many theological faculties or seminaries have it on their curriculum. But Stellenbosch University in Cape Town South Africa does. In his...

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