Bid for inclusive RE and assemblies fails in House of Lords

Jun 15, 2022 by

from Religion Media Centre: Moves to replace school collective worship with inclusive assemblies, include humanism in religious education and end religious discrimination in teacher recruitment, have failed in the House of Lords....

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Truthful Witness in the Public Square

Jun 14, 2022 by

by Trevin Wax, TGC: James Davison Hunter’s To Change the World advocated a model of culture engagement he called a “faithful presence”—a position he set against some other methods on display, seen in both the culture-warring and the...

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Secular intolerance of Christians’ views is leading to self-censorship, report warns

Jun 13, 2022 by

by Anugrah Kumar, Christian Post: Secular intolerance has a “chilling effect” on Christians who are having to practice “various forms of self-censorship” as they’re finding it difficult to express their faith freely in society,...

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‘The Lady of Heaven’ is Islam’s ‘Life of Brian’ moment

Jun 9, 2022 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: ‘The Lady of Heaven’ is currently being pulled from cinema chains because it is considered ‘blasphemous’ by certain Muslims. They have a perfect right to protest, of course: this is a free country. But once again we...

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Nigeria Owo church attacked on Pentecost Sunday

Jun 7, 2022 by

MPs debate violence in Nigeria following church massacre on Pentecost Sunday, by Kelly Valencia, Premier: Christian MP Fiona Bruce tabled an urgent question in the House of Commons to ask the government about their role in helping...

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Canterbury rebuke to African Primates reveals theological difference and personal animosity

Jun 7, 2022 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: The public slap-down of the Primates of Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda by the Archbishop of Canterbury (press release here, open letter here ) will not do anything to heal the long-running rift or promote...

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