Sex and the new generation: education and the gospel in a secular society

Nov 27, 2018 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. There is evidence that British schoolchildren are falling behind their international counterparts, in terms of, for example, mastering basic language and maths skills. Despite this, many schools seem determined to spend more time and energy instilling...

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On why conservatives remain conservative

Nov 26, 2018 by

by Martin Davie, Justyn Terry and Chris Wright, CEEC. The argument of Jayne Ozanne and the fourth possibility she overlooks. In her article ‘Bishops’ Letters and the Case for the Defence – “Lunatic, Liar, or Lord”’ posted on the Via Media website on 22 October 2018, Jayne Ozanne refers to C S...

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Transgender latest

Nov 25, 2018 by

Recent articles, newest at the top: Updated 10/12/2018 Rosa Freedman: Professor’s door ‘covered in urine’ after gender law debate, from BBC News Apocalypse Noun: teacher suspended over gender spat, by Tony Perkins, FRC New York Times reveals painful truths about transgender lives, by Ryan...

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Christians fear dystopian “social scoring” experiment in China

Nov 22, 2018 by

From Global Christian News. Could China’s ‘social scoring’ experiment which brings new surveillance and supervision to an already restricted society, also lead to further persecution of Christians. Under the slogan, “once untrustworthy, always restricted” China’s planned AI (artificial...

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A pastoral fantasy – or could it happen?

Nov 22, 2018 by

By Andrew Symes,  Church of England Newspaper. “So pleased you can be here at last after all the difficulty of arranging a meeting”, said John as he ushered the young couple into his book-lined study. He followed them carrying the tea tray.  “Now, how do you like it? Milk? Sugar?” After a few sips...

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Some thoughts on the New Zealand response to the proposal from Sydney

Nov 21, 2018 by

By Martin Davie, Reflections of an Anglican Theologian. On 9 May this year the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia passed a motion at its General Synod (‘Motion 29’) that will allow its bishops to permit the blessing of same-sex relationships, including same-sex civil marriages,...

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