Os Guinness: US switching from biblical American Revolution values to secular French Revolution ones

May 21, 2020 by

by Michael Gryboski, Christian Post: The United States is gradually “switching” from a worldview influenced by a biblical American Revolution model to an anti-religious French Revolution model, according to author and social critic Os Guinness. Last week, Guinness gave a speech titled “1776 vs. 1789: the Roots of the Present Crisis” that was part of a virtual event hosted by the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. Guinness said the American Revolution of 1776 and the English...

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International Outrage Over Denmark’s Fake Bible: Time to Discard It

May 4, 2020 by

by Petra Heidt, Gatestone Institute: The misrepresentation of Holy Scripture by the Danish Bible Society (DBS) has been met with a crescendo of international protest demanding the withdrawal of the falsified Bible. The March 2020 Danish Bible, for the secular Danish reader’s easy reading, has omitted or replaced the word “Israel” in all but two places of the more than 60 Greek occurrences in the New Testament and in 9% of the Hebrew Bible. Protests started on April 21 with...

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Pulitzer Prize–winning author and Episcopalian denies basic Christian tenet

Apr 26, 2020 by

by David Virtue, Virtueonline: In his new book “Hope of Glory: Reflections on the Last Words of Jesus from the Cross”, Jon Meacham, a renowned Episcopal layman and scholar of American history writes; “I am in no sense an evangelical, for I do not share the view that faith in Jesus is the only route to salvation, nor am I determined to convert others to my point of view. It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods, or no god,” Thomas Jefferson...

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Gay marriage was peak social liberalism says Guardian columnist

Feb 14, 2020 by

by Coalition for Marriage: Guardian columnist Ellie Mae O’Hagan has said that the introduction of same-sex marriage under the Conservatives was the “culmination” of social liberalism. But, she warns, the recent ‘anti-woke’ backlash shows that progressives are losing the argument. Ms O’Hagan argues that the arrival of New Labour in 1997 ushered in a new era of liberal consensus that was “so dominant and all-encompassing that almost every opinion that existed outside of it was dismissed as the...

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Pastoral Guidance on Civil Partnerships

Jan 31, 2020 by

from Bishop Martin Seeley, St Edmundsbury & Ipswich: I have just returned from a two-day meeting of the Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England to review the developments in the “Living in Love and Faith” project. This project will produce resources that will help the Church to learn how questions about human identity, relationships, marriage and sexuality fit within the bigger picture of what it means to embody a Christian vision of living holy lives in love and faith in our...

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Reflections on leaving the Church of England

Dec 13, 2019 by

by Julian Mann: Having served for 23 years as an ordained minister in the Church of England, I was recently licensed as minister of Emmanuel, Morecambe in the Free Church of England, a smaller Anglican denomination which formed in the mid-19th century. I decided to train for Church of England ministry when I was in my 20s back in the early 1990s. My wife and I were attending a lively Anglican evangelical church in Sevenoaks, Kent – St Nicholas – whilst I was working as a reporter...

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