Do Conservatives Drive People Away from the Church?

Jun 14, 2024 by

by Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine: According to some critics, the main causes of the decline in churchgoing are to be attributed to conservatives. Let’s break down why that’s ridiculous. From what I gather on what is called,...

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Distinctive force or vague multicultural outpost? CofE must decide

Jun 13, 2024 by

by Catherine Pepinster, Religion Media Centre: The Church of England is facing a clear choice between remaining a distinctive force in society or becoming “secular mush”, a historian has warned bishops. Tom Holland, author of the...

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Mere Anglicanism and the Challenge of a New Morality

Jun 8, 2024 by

by Jeffrey Walton, Juicy Ecumenism: Amy Orr-Ewing has a story to share about visiting a series of four British schools alongside the Archbishop of Canterbury, amongst a majority of students who have never darkened the door of a church....

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John Stott’s Dream Church

Jun 8, 2024 by

By Trevin Wax, TGC. In 1974, on the 150th anniversary of the dedication of All Souls Church in London, John Stott shared his dream for the church, focusing on five elements of faithfulness that would be for the glory of God and the good...

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Religion is the most powerful force for good in society. Why does the media ignore it?

Jun 3, 2024 by

by Michael Cook, Mercator: The first Sunday in June this year was a global day of parades and processions, some publicised, others ignored. My vote for the most entertaining was Philadelphia’s gay pride march yesterday. The weather was...

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Bravo Charles Moore, scourge of the leftie bishops

Jun 2, 2024 by

by Julian Mann, TCW: TELEGRAPH columnist Charles Moore is apparently in trouble with the Church of England’s bishops for criticising the Church Commissioners’ decision to spend £100million on slavery reparations. In May the House of...

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