Do the prophets’ judgement oracles apply today?

Aug 4, 2022 by

 by Daniel Timmer, TGC: The prophets’ judgment oracles are a challenge to read. Many popular and academic discussions of these texts see them as promoting xenophobia and unjustifiable violence. The Old Testament judgment oracles left the...

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A lesson in faith for the woke bishops of the West

Jul 31, 2022 by

by Julian Mann, TCW: THE prophet Ezekiel was given an assignment that even the mighty Mark Steyn of GB News might decline. Ezekiel, a former priest in the Jerusalem Temple who prophesied to the Jewish exiles in Babylon from 593 BC to 571,...

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The Jerusalem Declaration: a summary of authentic Anglicanism

Jul 29, 2022 by

From Gafcon Great Britain and Europe: Part 2: What Anglicans believe about the Bible Psalm 119 is rightly seen as a poem about the wonder of actual communication from almighty God to human beings, which has been written down and can be...

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Persecution reveals a church’s true character

Jul 28, 2022 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: “People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart”. Most of us have heard this applied to us as individuals, but it is also true of the church. The most important aspect of the...

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The truth of Scripture vs. modern ideals

Jul 26, 2022 by

by Calvin Robinson, World: The Church of England may not have an “official definition for a woman” but the Bible does. The Church of England’s governing body met earlier this month at General Synod to discuss pressing issues such as “What...

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Seven surprising things about the Good Samaritan in Luke 10

Jul 4, 2022 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: […] the parable does not contrast legalism with compassion, since the Mosaic law also demands that we care for the stranger—in fact (rather ironically) this part of the summary of the law (‘Love your neighbour...

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