How St John’s Nottingham became the victim of its own success

Jan 20, 2022 by

St John’s Nottingham: From Northwood to Nottingham – a history of 50 years. 1963-2013 274pp By Colin Buchanan published by St John’s College, Nottingham £10.00 Reviewed by Chris Sugden January 20,...

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The upper castes of India need a mind-set conversion

Jan 9, 2022 by

A ministry to auto-rickshaw drivers started in Bangalore, India  in 2011 has had significant fruit in reaching auto rickshaw drivers for Christ. The attached newspaper story from the major newspaper in Bangalore confirms that these Dalit...

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The ‘gay cake’ battle wasn’t worth fighting

Jan 8, 2022 by

by Janice Turner, The Times: The “gay cake” case now stands as a victory against compelled speech. Lawyers say it may also set a precedent to dismay Stonewall. After the Maya Forstater case, gender critical views are deemed beliefs worthy...

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Desmond Tutu deserves his place in our liturgical year – by George Carey

Jan 6, 2022 by

by George Carey, CEN: Desmond, who died on Boxing Day age 90 – inaccurately described as a ‘leading apartheid leader’ by many secular writers – was shaped by a firm Anglo Catholic faith and a deep sense of the presence of God....

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Dauntless priest whose humanity ignited the courage of a boy who would become Archbishop Tutu

Dec 26, 2021 by

By Mamphela Ramphele, Daily Maverick: Remembering the moment that birthed a lifetime of activism and service. The defining moment in Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s life, according to the Arch himself, famously took place in a street in...

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Family fragmentation comes at a tragic cost

Dec 23, 2021 by

by Melanie Phillips, The Times: With ‘lifestyle choice’ trumping the interests of children, abuse and neglect are out of control. “The dislocation of biology from parenthood has been an exponential catastrophe for untold numbers of...

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