4 Causes of Deconstruction

Nov 9, 2021 by

By Joshua Ryan Butler, TGC: Deconstruction is a symptom, not the root cause. [Editor’s note: ‘Deconstruction’ here refers to the trend, particularly in the US, of evangelicals moving away from biblical faith, often...

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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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‘You’re a disgrace’: radio host clashes with pastor over prayers for those with unwanted same-sex attr...

Nov 1, 2021 by

from Premier: LBC presenter James O’Brien has called a pastor “a disgrace” during a debate over praying for someone with unwanted same-sex attraction. Pastor Walter from a church in Warrington called ‘The Mystery Hour’ programme to...

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Our Queen’s finest moment

Oct 28, 2021 by

by Giles Fraser, UnHerd: Vulnerability brings her closer to her subjects. I’ve met the Queen twice. Once in a cathedral and another time in her garden. I say ‘met’, though neither encounter constitutes what could normally be described as...

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Be careful what you wish for: after Christianity come wokery and witchcraft

Oct 27, 2021 by

by Ann Farmer, MercatorNet: Radio host James Whale needs to think again about his desire to sweep Britain clean of traditional religion. Acerbic British radio and podcast host James Whale is battling kidney cancer which appears to make...

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Why we need religious conflict

Oct 22, 2021 by

by Giles Fraser, UnHerd: The murder of David Amess suggests difficult conversations must be had. When Rod Liddle was the editor of the Today programme he had the bright idea of encouraging much more religiously conservative voices onto...

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