Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is tearing academia apart

Aug 14, 2022 by

by John Sailer, UnHerd: Ideological litmus tests are becoming the norm in America. Ideological litmus tests are becoming the norm in American academia. Already, many universities require faculty job candidates to submit “diversity...

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Planned Parenthood spends ‘unprecedented’ amount of money on lobbying post-Roe

Aug 14, 2022 by

By Samantha Kamman, Christian Post: Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the abortion giant’s advocacy arm, has spent a massive amount of money on lobbying efforts since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, the 1973...

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Head chaplain who doesn’t believe in God

Aug 14, 2022 by

by Ben Leapman, Inside Time: For the first time a person with no religious faith has been appointed as the head chaplain of an English prison. The woman, 50, who describes herself as a Humanist, leads a team of 20 chaplains including...

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Wining and dining = reconciling

Aug 14, 2022 by

by Marcus Walker, Sounding Board: A funny thing happened on the way to the Forum. Well, not the Forum strictly speaking. I mean the General Synod of the Church of England — but as forum and synod share much of a meaning (as places of...

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My plea for marriage

Aug 14, 2022 by

by Kathy Gyngell, TCW: LAST Wednesday the Daily Mail devoted its front page splash to the news that a majority of babies are being born out of wedlock for the first time since records began in 1845. According to figures from the Office...

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How the Church blew it on race

Aug 13, 2022 by

by Charles Wide, The Critic: A secretive Church of England commission is intent on seeing bigotry everywhere. In the wake of the 2020 Black Lives Matter demonstrations, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York felt they had to act. They had...

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