The rise of the luvvie lynch mob

Mar 3, 2021 by

by Lloyd Evans, spiked: Seyi Omooba was cast out of the theatre world for her Christian beliefs. In March 2019, 25-year-old actress Seyi Omooba auditioned at Leicester Curve for a new musical, The Color Purple, based on Alice Walker’s classic American novel. Omooba was cast in the lead role. Her character, Celie, struggles against the tyrannical power of men and secures a reunion with her long-lost sister, Nettie. Part of the story is Celie’s discovery of romantic happiness in a lesbian...

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Eritrea frees Christian prisoners but attacks churches in Tigray

Mar 3, 2021 by

from Release International: More Christian prisoners of faith have been set free in Eritrea. A further 21 women prisoners have been released, making 171 Christians freed since August last year. At the same time, Eritrean forces have been accused of attacking churches in neighbouring Ethiopia – killing more than 700 civilians in what has been described as a massacre. ‘Despite the prisoner releases in Eritrea, these horrific church attacks suggest it’s far too soon to suggest a change of heart...

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COME, LET US CONFER: A Call to the Gafcon Leadership

Mar 3, 2021 by

by Stephen Noll: During the past week, there has been a flurry of statements by orthodox Anglican church leaders –accelerated and magnified, as per usual, by the internet and social media – concerning positions on homosexuality and same-sex attraction. It is not my intention to enter into the intricacies of this matter, except to make the point that NONE of the participants are advocating the positions taken by the Episcopal Church USA. The Anglican Church in North America has been clear in...

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US removal of Houthi terror designation may heighten Yemeni Christian persecution: Open Doors

Mar 3, 2021 by

by Emily Wood, Christian Post: The U.S. government’s decision to remove the terror designation from the Iran-backed Yemeni Houthis could lead to heightened Christian persecution, according to the head of a prominent international Christian human rights organization. After the Biden administration removed the Houthi organization, known as Ansar Allah, from the list of foreign terrorist organizations early last month, two Saudi-influenced newspapers reported Yemen’s Houthi militia is...

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Understanding Islam from a Christian Perspective

Mar 3, 2021 by

by Rosemary Sookhdeo, Barnabas Fund: […]  Jesus is called Isa in Islam. There are two main sources for the Muslim Jesus: the Quran gives a history of his life, while the haditha establishes his place in the Muslim understanding of the end times. Christians who engage in dialogue with Muslims sometimes argue that the Isa found in the Quran is essentially the same as the Jesus of the New Testament. However, all the evidence from the Quran, the hadith and the New Testament leads both...

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Africans Plead With Joe Biden To Stop Paying Their Countries To Kill Children

Mar 3, 2021 by

by Helen Raleigh, The Federalist: In signing an executive order to fund abortions overseas, President Biden chose to disregard the wishes of the African people. President Joe Biden likes to present himself as an advocate for racial justice and a man of the people, especially those whose voices are often under-represented. Yet his actions routinely contradict his lofty rhetoric. A recent example is how he has ignored African people’s plea not to fund abortions on their continent. One of the...

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