Chantal Delsol & Christianity’s End

Jan 5, 2022 by

by Rod Dreher, The American Conservative: Christopher Caldwell writes about a new book by the French Catholic scholar Chantal Delsol, who says that the West is repaganizing. Excerpts: Ms. Delsol’s ingenious approach is to examine the...

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The Christian presence in the Middle East is ebbing away

Jan 5, 2022 by

by James Bradshaw, MercatorNet: Janine di Giovanni’s The Vanishing: Faith, Loss, and the Twilight of Christianity in the Land of the Prophets was published late last year. An Italian-American Catholic journalist with vast experience...

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In praise of marriage

Jan 5, 2022 by

by Belinda Brown, TCW: AT the Scottish Family Party’s annual conference I was asked to talk about marriage. I focused on the benefits. For an institution which forms the bedrock of society, but lacks social recognition and is often very...

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Desmond Tutu – a personal reflection

Jan 4, 2022 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: My wife and I met Desmond Tutu in July 1994, three months after the historic elections which brought Nelson Mandela and the ANC to power in South Africa. We had arrived in the country at the beginning...

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Anonymous letter to Bishop criticises C of E sexuality discussion process

Jan 4, 2022 by

Anglican Mainstream publication. Editor’s note: The fact that the author did not feel safe to reveal his/her identity, as well as this careful analysis of the Living in Love and Faith process and the agenda behind it, shows why many...

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Alcoholics Anonymous group ‘separated’ and censured for saying ‘Lord’s Prayer’ at meetings

Jan 3, 2022 by

from Christian Concern: An affiliated Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group has been removed from the organisation’s online directory and ‘separated’ for saying the ‘Lord’s Prayer’ and including some Christian content in their meetings. The...

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