Tribes of Westminster: Steve Baker MP, Christian Libertarian

Jun 20, 2022 by

from The Critic: The Tribes of Westminster is a new monthly podcast co-produced by the Critic and the New Social Covenant Unit, seeking to unearth the intellectual roots of Westminster. This month Steve Baker MP speaks to Danny Kruger MP,...

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A fabricated scandal

May 28, 2022 by

by Auguste Meyrat, Crisis Magazine: A year after issuing a pastoral letter that argues against offering Communion to pro-abortion politicians, Archbishop Cordileone finally pulled the trigger and banned House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from...

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Biden’s sinister Ministry of Truth

May 6, 2022 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, TCW: AT one time, whenever there was an overreach in power by a government, someone would say: ‘They should realise that Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four is a warning, not an instruction manual.’ We have now...

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The Tories haven’t a prayer

May 2, 2022 by

by Laudable Practice, Artillery Row: Secularism seems to grip the party that was once the embodiment of Anglicanism. “I have referred to what I look upon as the first object of the Tory party — namely, to maintain the institutions of the...

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What is the church’s role in politics?

Apr 29, 2022 by

from The Week: Archbishop of Canterbury doubles down on criticism of the government’s Rwanda plan. The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned that the Church of England is “not a passive observer of migration policy” after Boris...

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Amid fear and polarisation, French evangelicals share “hope” as “churches continue to multiply”, says historian

Apr 22, 2022 by

by Joel Forster, Evangelical Focus: France decides on Sunday 24 April who will lead the country for the next five years. According to the surveys, far-right leader Marine Le Pen is around 10% behind the incumbent President, Emmanuel...

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