TV celebrity priest hosts pachamama at mass in Spain

Nov 14, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant: A TV celebrity priest has come under fire for featuring a Pachamama idol in front of the parish altar and permitting Amazon Synod participants to conduct indigenous rituals at his Mass in Menorca, Spain. Father Antoni Fullana Marquès, chaplain and director of the Catalan TV series Humans and vicar of Sant Antoni Maria Claret parish in Ciudadela, introduced “a group of itinerant missionaries” at the Holy Eucharist last Sunday. A representation of the “Mother...

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Lloyd-Jones on Heresy

Mar 14, 2019 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: I came upon a great quote by the great Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones today, and so I did a quick hunt for where it originally appeared. It did not take long to find the relevant volume. Given that anything by the Doctor is always worth running with and sharing far and wide, when I found the piece I figured it was well worth turning into an article. The quote itself is this: “The great concern of the New Testament Epistles is not about the size of the Church, it is...

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Ely cathedral and the great apostasy

Aug 9, 2018 by

by Gavin Ashenden: Ely cathedral has promised to fly the gay rainbow flag this weekend. Mark Bonney, the Dean of Ely explained. “This weekend we will be proudly flying the rainbow flag in support of the first ever ‘Pride in Ely’ event. I am very pleased that Chapter agreed to my request to fly the ‘Pride’ flag from the Cathedral tower on 11 August when Pride in Ely holds is first festival. I am pleased first of all to lend my backing to this community event because it celebrates the breadth...

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Sin and Error in the Church

May 30, 2018 by

by Peter Jensen, Gafcon: One of the most striking things about the Bible is its reality. It has often been observed, for example that only one of its heroes – the Son of God himself – is without sin. Sometimes the sins of the saints are very serious indeed. The Bible’s reality includes its description of the Church. As Acts 4 draws to its conclusion with a description of the wonderful generosity of Christian people to those in need, we may think that the presence of the Spirit has led to...

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College course teaches students about ‘queering the Bible’

Dec 28, 2017 by

by Bethany Torstenson, The College Fix: Class ‘destabilizes long held assumptions’ about what’s in the Bible; university refuses to comment. Swarthmore College is offering a course next year that will survey “queer and trans* readings of biblical texts” by using “queer and trans* theoretical approaches,” with faculty staying silent on the specifics of the course material. “Queering the Bible” is set to launch next fall and will be instructed by Gwynn Kessler, an associate professor of...

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Lesbian “Bishop” Karen Oliveto Warns to Not “Create an Idol Out of” Jesus, Says He Had “Bigotries and Prejudices”

Dec 14, 2017 by

by John Lomperis, Juicy Ecumenism: Do those who have supported and defended the efforts to make Dr. Karen Oliveto a bishop in the United Methodist Church love the cause of LGBTQ liberation more than they love Jesus Christ? If you think that it sounds too harsh to even ask such a question, then I respectfully invite you to consider how before and especially after the Western Jurisdiction elected her in July 2016, the jubilant words and actions of liberal caucus activists and other Oliveto...

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