US social/cultural conflict

Aug 27, 2020 by

Editor’s note: We should all be aware of the dangerous levels of political and racial tension, grievance about injustice, localised violence, and fears about basic security  sweeping through the US, on top of high levels of suffering from the pandemic and most recently, severe fires, storms and floods. Reflecting underlying conflicts in worldviews, Christians are increasingly divided on which political party – and leader – can best set a course for justice, peace,...

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‘Woke’: roots and fruits

Aug 3, 2020 by

Most recent articles at the top: Do ‘white privilege’ and ‘critical race theory’ policies reduce racism? by Richard D Land, Christian Post The ‘sympathetic magic’ of identity politics has cast an awful spell, by Daniel Hannon, CapX Christian girls are the wrong kind of victims, by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, The Conservative Woman Standing up to the Mob, by Gavin Ashenden The self-flagellating CofE’s inexplicable obsession with race, by Jeffrey Williams, The Conservative Woman: The Return of...

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Worship resumes: reports and views

Jul 1, 2020 by

Newest items at the top: C of E Guidance as at 9 September 2020 Switch to online church hasn’t persuaded people to abandon in-person services, from Christian Today The disembodied brain of Christ [on the dangers of ‘online church’ without physical meeting and community accountability] By Rod Dreher, The American Conservative Govt pushed on extending number of people at weddings but not budging, by Cara Bentley, Premier Church pastors facing destitution as tithes dry up in Covid...

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