Latimer and Ridley Are Forgotten

May 12, 2018 by

by Peter Hitchens, First Things: Hidden in the northern suburbs of Oxford are the last traces of a path first trodden by multitudes of country folk hurrying to see the burning of the Protestant martyrs Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley on October 16, 1555, and trudging home afterward. For some...

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The Bigotry of the Progressive Present

May 12, 2018 by

by Joseph Pearce, The Imaginative Conservative: We live in very mean-spirited times. In spite of all the hypocritical cant about “love” and “tolerance” it can be shown that there is little real difference between the superciliousness of “progressivist” snobbery and the most pernicious forms of...

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Thought for the day

May 12, 2018 by

For those who think the current revisionism in the Church isn’t going to affect them...

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Young Anglicans in Brazil engage with local mission and global Communion issues

May 11, 2018 by

By Phil Ashey, AAC. I am writing from Recife, Brazil at the launching of the new Anglican Church in Brazil and the installation of its first Archbishop, The Most Rev. Miguel Uchoa.  At the invitation of Archbishop Uchoa, I presented a workshop on the Anglican Communion to more than 100 leaders...

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A manifesto for heresy

May 11, 2018 by

by Brendan O’Neill, spiked: Say the unsayable: read the speech Brendan O’Neill gave at Oxford this week. This week, to the horror of student campaigners, Brendan O’Neill was invited to speak at a dinner at The Queen’s College, Oxford. This is what he said. It is my sincerely held belief that...

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CI News: 11 May 2018

May 11, 2018 by

from The Christian Institute: In the news this week: BPAS accuses women of making up their post-abortion trauma, Highland schools ‘increasingly hostile’ to Christians, ‘Don’t make it easier to change sex’, trans people say and a ‘Dead’ boy wakes up before doctors harvest organs. You can download...

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New Zealand walks apart

May 11, 2018 by

with Kevin Kallsen and David Ould, Anglican Unscripted: Kevin and David talk about the horrid news from New Zealand and their vote to allow local gay blessings. David also talks about the very very secret Bishops’ agreement in Australia....

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Tim Farron Drops Out Of Christian ‘Men’s Convention’ Which Warns Of ‘Gay Lobby Onslaught’

May 11, 2018 by

by Ned Simons, Huffington Post: Former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has withdrawn from a Christian men’s convention that warned “biblical truth” was under the “onslaught of the gay lobby”. A leaflet promoting the “Men Standing Alone” event in Manchester on May 12  also warned of the “increasing...

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Why “Liberalism” Needs Natural Law

May 11, 2018 by

by Samuel Gregg, Acton Institute: Over the past few years, we’re witnessed a resurgence of a long-standing critique of what’s often called “liberalism” by prominent conservative and Christian intellectuals. This goes far beyond arguments which have long preoccupied some traditionalists concerning...

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Ten things to love about heterosexuality

May 11, 2018 by

by Robert Oscar Lopez, English Manif: Let’s start with why I have to write this series. The news coming out of California signals a dark and horrible chapter in American history. One of my favorite friends and heroes is Robert A. J. Gagnon, who published not one but two essays recently in...

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