Big tech censorship

Jan 13, 2021 by

The greatest threat to American democracy is not Trump, by David Robertson, Christian Today:  Arnold Schwarzenegger compared Capitol Hill to Kristallnacht in 1938…The comparison is hyperbolic nonsense. There is, however, another comparison with the Nazis that is more relevant: the Reichstag fire of 1933. In 1933, a Dutch communist, Marinus van der Lubbe, set fire to the German parliament. This was used as an excuse to eventually pass an Enabling Act “to protect the German People and...

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US democracy violated

Jan 7, 2021 by

Newer items at the top: Making sense of the assault on Capitol Hill by Kurt Mahlburg, MercatorNet Watch: Dennis Prager on Air TV Not All Enemies Are Equal by David Deavel, The Imaginative Conservative Evangelical leader Albert Mohler says he’s horrified by chaos at Capitol, but stands by Trump vote by Robert Downen, Houston Chronicle The Left Finds Time for One More Big Lie Against Trump by Dov Fischer, Spectator The Left has lit the fuse under the US powder kegs by Frederick Edward, The...

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2021: Looking back, looking forward

Jan 2, 2021 by

2021: a new year of change and the promise of hope, by Archbishop Cranmer Fighting For Our Freedoms In The New Year, by Gavin Ashenden 5 words to guide New Year meditation, by Paul Tripp, The Gospel Coalition If you’re into New Year’s Resolutions, take some advice from Jonathan Edwards, by Stephen Kneale, Building Jerusalem Some Covidious Thoughts for the New Year, By Joseph Pearce, The Imaginative Conservative   BEYOND 2020: Proving Faithful to the Trust God has Given Us, by The Rev....

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Living in Love and Faith

Nov 10, 2020 by

Please right-click links to open in a new window. Read the full version of Living in Love and Faith here and Press Release here Newer items at the top: Please right-click links to open in a new window. Handling the Bible in Love and Faith by Kirsten Birkett, Church Society Andrea Williams questions the Living in Love and Faith project (video) ReNew: now online – Webinar with Lee Gatiss, Kirsty Birkett and Mark Burkill, Sexuality, safeguarding and the language of God by David Baker,...

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Lockdown and the church

Nov 3, 2020 by

New severe restrictions on freedom are causing many to question the wisdom and the legality of the government’s policies: (newer items at the top) Cathedrals across England suspend public worship as Covid cases remain high, from Christian Today:  The impact of lockdowns on religious freedoms, from Christian Concern: Following the government’s restrictive lockdown measures to try to combat the spread of Covid-19, the Joint Committee on Human Rights launched a call for evidence on the impacts of...

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