The incredible impact of Jesus Christ

Dec 27, 2019 by

By Jerry Newcombe, Christian Post: Twenty-five years ago, D. James Kennedy and I came out with a book called, What if Jesus had Never Been Born? It ended up becoming a best-seller. The message is very simple: Because Jesus was born, look at all these incredible blessings we have throughout the world. For instance, the Christian church created the phenomenon of the hospital and has created hospitals all over the world. Christianity has inspired some of the world’s greatest music and arts, and...

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Honest, heartfelt questions for the next Archbishop of York

Dec 19, 2019 by

by David Baker, Christian Today: Many Anglican evangelical clergy and lay people have been left feeling dismayed and disheartened by the appointment of Stephen Cottrell as the next Archbishop of York…[scroll down for further news and comment] …If Bishop Cottrell wants to be build trust, he could perhaps meet Church of England Evangelical Council (CEEC) members and Church Society leaders and answer any questions they have, for example. He could articulate a grasp of truth, error and...

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Charles condemns ‘assault on religious freedom’ in service at Tamil church

Dec 19, 2019 by

from PA: The Prince of Wales has denounced the Easter suicide bombings in Sri Lanka as an “utterly barbaric attack”, as he attended a Tamil Christian church service. Charles told the congregation the terrorist atrocities, which claimed the lives of more than 250 people when churches and hotels were targeted in April, were “an assault on religious freedom everywhere”. Among the worshippers in the east London church were those who lost family and friends in the attacks,...

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Former Queen’s chaplain explains conversion to Catholicism

Dec 18, 2019 by

by Cara Bentley, Premier: ‘Church of England is continuing to pursue a progressive agenda which I think it will sincerely regret,’ says former Queen’s chaplain as he converts to Catholicism. Dr Gavin Ashenden, a former chaplain to the Queen and Anglican priest has decided to join the Catholic Church after re-assessing church history and viewing how the two denominations respond to cultural changes. Speaking to Premier, Gavin Ashenden said: “I began to gain a strong...

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Over 100 Northern Irish health care workers threaten to quit over new abortion regime

Dec 18, 2019 by

by Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite: Medical professionals, including GPs, have threatened to quit if the pro-abortion legislation forced on predominantly pro-life Northern Ireland does not make adequate provisions for conscience rights. Dr. Andrew Cupples is among the 135 medical staff, including doctors, nurses, midwives, and pharmacists, who signed a statement indicating that they are unhappy that they may have to participate in abortions in an “ancillary, administrative or managerial...

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Our cultural crisis: conversation with John Anderson

Dec 18, 2019 by

by Melanie Phillips: I recently sat down for a second video discussion with John Anderson, the former deputy prime minister of Australia, over the crisis in western culture and society. We discussed my own political journey, described in my memoir Guardian Angel, in which I came to understand that the great battles over the traditional family or education involved a wholesale repudiation of objectivity, evidence and truth itself. The result is our current era of cultural totalitarianism. We...

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