Keith Getty: Modern worship mov’t is ‘utterly dangerous,’ causing ‘de-Christianizing of God’s people’

Nov 13, 2019 by

By Leah MarieAnn Klett, Christian Post: “In Christ Alone” writer Keith Getty is warning church leaders about the modern worship movement, which he describes as one of “cultural relevance” that is “utterly dangerous” and is contributing to the “de-Christianizing of God’s people.” In an interview with The Christian Post, Getty said many modern worship songs focus on emotionalism rather than sound doctrine and Scriptural truths. This, he said, leads to a generation ill-equipped to understand or...

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A hymn for Remembrance Sunday

Nov 10, 2019 by

by Margaret Ashworth, The Conservative Woman: Today, services of remembrance will be held at war memorials in towns and villages all over the country, each with its list of names of those who died to keep Britain free from tyranny. At many of these services the hymn O God Our Help in Ages Past will be sung. It was written in 1708 by the English clergyman Isaac Watts (1674-1748), who wrote about 750 hymns and is sometimes called the Godfather of English Hymnody. One of his works was the carol...

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From Christians Who Formerly Identified as LGBTQ: A “Thank You” to Our Allies

Nov 8, 2019 by

by Jean C Lloyd, Public Discourse: Like most Public Discourse readers, I have long been aware of Barronelle Stutzman. She has been a hero of mine since she came into her unwanted fame. Sadly, six years later, Barronelle’s case is as fresh as ever. The Supreme Court is being asked, for a second time, to take it up. I have long wanted to write this article and always planned to title it, “Thank you, Barronelle.” But as time has worn on, and months have turned into years, more and more...

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Douglas Murray on the surrender of civilisation

Nov 6, 2019 by

by Laura Perrins, The Conservative Woman: IN this interview Douglas Murray discusses with Peter Robinson his two books, The Strange Death of Europe and The Madness of Crowds. It is a very rewarding watch and particularly moving at the end when Douglas reminds us to be grateful for everything Western civilisation has given us.  Read here  

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What state is the Church of England in?

Oct 24, 2019 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo The Church of England statistics department released its Statistics for Mission report last week, quite a bit earlier than last year, and it is was not good news—though curiously there was almost no comment on it on the airwaves, in contrast to last year. We will be discussing this at the next meeting of the Archbishops’ Council, since in the end this is a major way in which we can assess whether or not policies for evangelism and discipleship are having any effect....

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‘Please leave’: why the Sydney archbishop’s same-sex marriage message has Anglicans rattled

Oct 20, 2019 by

The blunt words of Sydney archbishop Glenn Davies come at a critical moment for Australian churches and demands for religious freedom. By Andrew West, Guardian: For a man renowned for his civility, the language was blunt. During his annual speech to the Anglican Church’s Sydney synod, Archbishop Glenn Davies told supporters of same-sex marriage to “please leave us”. “My own view is that if people wish to change the doctrine of our church, they should start a new church or join a church more...

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