Welby’s silence takes the cake

Oct 15, 2018 by

by Andrew Pierce, Mailonline: Many expected the Supreme Court ruling in the so-called ‘Ulster gay cake controversy’ to be welcomed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, as it was a judgment in favour of freedom of religious expression. But not a word of reaction from Lambeth Palace....

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Welsh Anglican Evangelicals reject Bishops’ proposals

Sep 27, 2018 by

The Evangelical Fellowship of the Church in Wales: A Statement following the discussion at Governing Body on “Formal Measures” for Same-Sex Couples EFCW recognises that churches have often failed in their pastoral care of people with same-sex attraction. We recognise that the way we have spoken...

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Dutch Reformed Church did not backtrack on same-sex marriage lightly, court hears

Aug 22, 2018 by

by Zelda Venter, IOL: Pretoria – The decision to no longer recognise same-sex unions in the Dutch Reformed Church was taken at a special synod meeting after four days of intensive debating and praying, counsel for the Church argued on Tuesday in the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria.   The Church...

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The Sinister Intrusion of Same Sex Marriage into Orthodox Episcopal Dioceses

Aug 4, 2018 by

by David W Virtue DD, Virtueonline: Will you be loyal to the doctrine, discipline, and worship of Christ as this Church has received them? And will you, in accordance with the canons of this Church, obey your bishop and other ministers who may have authority over you and your work? — Book of...

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Same-sex ‘marriage’ doesn’t improve LGBT health: Study

Jul 17, 2018 by

by James Risdon, LifeSite: Same-sex “marriage” in the United States is not improving the health of gays and lesbians, according to a study by the National Bureau of Economic Research, an American think-tank. In their paper, Effects of Access to Legal Same-Sex Marriage on Marriage and Health:...

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Letter to Belfast Telegraph

Jul 16, 2018 by

from Dermot O’Callaghan Dear Sir The ‘cry from the heart’ letter issued by more than 230 leading Presbyterians is understandable.  Nobody wants to promote conflict and hurt.  Your editorial (6 July) urges a solution through some kind of ‘rapprochement’. But rapprochement between what and...

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