Anthony Esolen and the Antichrist

Jan 14, 2022 by

by Dwight Longenecker, The Imaginative Conservative: Anthony Esolen counters the antichrist by giving us a profound and moving meditation on the true Christ. If you were swamped with all the frippery and foolishness of a commercialized...

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Review of Volume 2 of Lord Carey’s Memoirs

Nov 11, 2021 by

by Chris Sugden, The Church of England Newspaper: The Truth will set you free.  George Carey. I recently suggested that Lord Carey be invited to chair a significant public meeting in Oxford. The response was he might himself become the...

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3 Surprises from New Research on ‘Progressive’ and ‘Conservative’ Christians

Nov 10, 2021 by

by Trevin Wax, TGC: Are conservative Christians prone to politicizing their faith, conflating Republican Party politics with biblical fidelity? Some are, and we could point to plenty of examples. But the bigger, underreported story is...

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Does ‘Bleeding for Jesus’ help resolve abuse issues?

Nov 8, 2021 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Many people have told me that Bleeding for Jesus by Andrew Graystone is ‘essential reading’, and I take this recommendation seriously for three reasons. First, I have known Andrew for some years, and engaged him to...

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Eric Metaxas on why atheism is ‘incompatible’ with science, why the Church must ‘wake up’ and &#...

Nov 5, 2021 by

by Leah MarieAnn Klett, Christian Post: Eric Metaxas believes that culture is at a “paradigm-shifting moment,” with science and archeology increasingly pointing to the existence of God — and those opposed to Christianity aren’t “going to...

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Beyond the Odds: Providence in Britain’s Wars of the 20th Century

Nov 1, 2021 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: “At many times in the two World Wars, Britain was saved from disaster in circumstances that defied probabilities,” we read on the cover of ‘Beyond the Odds’, a new book by John Scriven with Tim Dieppe (Wilberforce...

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