The Public Square, “Religious Neutrality” and the War on Christianity

Nov 20, 2022 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: The public arena is not neutral, with rival religions competing for hegemony: We are told – at least in theory – that in the West all points of view are welcome, and they can be argued for in public...

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The Welsh Government loses a significant battle over their ‘groomer’s curriculum’

Nov 19, 2022 by

by Graham Linehan: There were jubilant scenes outside Cardiff High Court on Wednesday after parents exposed the dangerous reality of the Welsh government’s new compulsory RSE curriculum to the court, putting all their evidence on public...

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The Ukraine war and migrant crisis: a statistical review

Nov 17, 2022 by

by Jim Memory, Evangelical Focus: In Europe, we have become used to the arrival of asylum seekers and refugees, most notably when some 2 million people fleeing the conflicts in Syria and Afghanistan. Yet the Ukraine migration crisis has...

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Three Worlds Of Evangelicalism & The Gods’ Return

Nov 16, 2022 by

by Rod Dreher, The American Conservative: There’s an ongoing conversation now, mostly among Protestants, about Aaron Renn’s “Three Worlds Of Evangelicalism” thesis. Are we in “Negative World” — a...

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Facing the Adversary World of the Sexual Revolution

Nov 8, 2022 by

by Rick Plasterer, Juicy Ecumenism: Earlier articles two years ago reviewed church historian and Grove City College professor Carl Trueman’s discussion of his incisive and popular book, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self. His most...

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Religious leaders bring Religion to G20 Conference

Nov 7, 2022 by

by Chris Sugden: For the first time ever, the G20, or “Group of 20,” meeting in Indonesia on November 15 and 16, is formally considering how the world’s major religions should be involved in addressing urgent global issues. This...

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