State’s assault on China’s young Christians

Oct 5, 2018 by

By Campbell Campbell-Jack, The Conservative Woman. The Jesuits supposedly follow the principle of ‘Give me the child and I will give you the man’. The Communist Party of China follows the same principle. We are told that by 2030 China could have more Christians than any other country. Not if the...

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Is this the solution to our missional challenge?

Oct 5, 2018 by

By Ian Paul, Psephizo. […] the mission of the Church cannot be reduced simply to attendance, but numbers do matter since numbers represent people. And ‘coming to church’ isn’t the only thing that matters, since people have (in the past) come to church for all sorts of reasons, and...

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Sulawesi tsunami disaster

Oct 5, 2018 by

Urgent appeal: Help Indonesian churches bring aid to our brothers and sisters From Barnabas Fund. Sulawesi’s Christian minority have been severely affected by Friday’s catastrophic earthquake and tsunami which have devastated the central region of the sprawling Indonesian island. “Thousands of...

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In favour of clarity

Oct 5, 2018 by

By Peter Jensen, Gafcon. The recent announcement by the Standing Committee of the Anglican Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) that the Bishops of the Province had voted unanimously not to attend the Lambeth Conference unless the conditions set forth in the Gafcon Letter of June 2018 are met,...

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Singer Alison Moyet joins anti-trans activists in letter attacking LGBT charity Stonewall

Oct 5, 2018 by

By Nick Duffy, Pink News. Singer Alison Moyet has signed a letter criticising LGBT charity Stonewall for supporting transgender rights. The “All Cried Out” singer, a regular performer at Pride events in the UK, was one of the 17 signatories of the letter, published in The Times on October 4,...

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Theological deplorables

Oct 5, 2018 by

by John Walters, First Things. [Editor’s note: the idea of a particular interpretation of ‘pastoral care’ overriding and  superseding doctrine is relevant to mainline Protestant denominations, not just Roman Catholics.] Presumably out of deference to the current pontificate, almost...

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