When I recognised race

Jan 11, 2021 by

by Rayshawn Graves, United We Pray: […] That day I felt the seeds of assimilation planted within seven-year-old me that told me that it was better, even if just cooler, to be white. When I went home that afternoon and told my parents what happened, they reaffirmed that I was created in God’s image. This would’ve been a sufficient balm for my wound, but they didn’t stop there. My Dad did something that would stick with me to this day. He took my seven-year-old hand and clenched my fingers...

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America under siege: an open letter to global south Anglicans

Jan 7, 2021 by

by David Virtue, VirtueOnline: Dear Anglican Brothers and Sisters in Christ of the Global South, I am writing to you as an evangelical Anglican from the United States, watching, as many of you are, the horrific, lawless events unfolding in the US. It has been a tragic and historic day. To date, one person has died inside the U.S. Capitol building, a citadel of freedom. The National Guard from three states were called and violence has now been contained. On the world stage, what it says about...

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US democracy violated

Jan 7, 2021 by

Newer items at the top: Making sense of the assault on Capitol Hill by Kurt Mahlburg, MercatorNet Watch: Dennis Prager on Air TV Not All Enemies Are Equal by David Deavel, The Imaginative Conservative Evangelical leader Albert Mohler says he’s horrified by chaos at Capitol, but stands by Trump vote by Robert Downen, Houston Chronicle The Left Finds Time for One More Big Lie Against Trump by Dov Fischer, Spectator The Left has lit the fuse under the US powder kegs by Frederick Edward, The...

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Everyday global Anglicans

Jan 7, 2021 by

Ernie Didot from Gafcon interviews Bishop Andy Lines, Rev Philip de Grey-Warter and Rev Lee McMunn about the newly-launched Anglican Network in Europe, a home for Anglicans outside the Church of England and other Canterbury-aligned jurisdictions in Europe, recognised by Gafcon and formally constituted as a structure to enable biblically faithful mission. See the video here

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Letter From A Struggling Young Man

Jan 7, 2021 by

by Rod Dreher, The American Conservative: […] It’s extremely difficult being a young person nowadays. People don’t believe it or understand why I say this. They immediately point to the fantastic technological advancements and wealth in our society. While those things have undoubtedly made life better, there is a tremendous lack of meaning and purpose with most young people. I can confidently say that many of us feel hopeless and aimless in life. We are living in a society that promotes...

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Britain is still a Christian country, say most Britons

Jan 5, 2021 by

from YouGov: The majority of Britons (56%) say the UK is a Christian country. This view is held by seven in ten (69%) British Christians, as well as half of non-Christians (47%) and of those who are not religious (49%). One in four Britons (28%) say Britain is not a Christian country, with a further 16% saying they don’t know. The youngest Britons – those aged 16-24 – are split on whether the UK is a Christian country: 41% say it is is a Christian country, whilst 39% say it isn’t. The older...

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