Meet the activists on the ‘right side of history’

May 17, 2022 by

by Stephen Knight, spiked: What I learned from my brush with black-clad trans activists in Manchester. The debate surrounding gender identity is the surest sign that free expression is in danger in 2020s Britain. Things that were...

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A new blasphemy law?

May 17, 2022 by

by James Kennedy, The Critic: Those leading the call for a broad conversion therapy ban have said “casual conversations” and “private prayer” must be included in any forthcoming legislation. The Government promised a ban in the Queen’s...

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What’s wrong with being straight?

May 17, 2022 by

By Gareth Roberts, UnHerd: Heterosexuality is now deemed déclassé. As a gay man — I know that awful phrase is usually followed by irrelevant twaddle, but please bear with me. As a gay man, I have always found heterosexuality quite...

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Bank of England warns of ‘apocalyptic’ times ahead

May 17, 2022 by

from Archbishop Cranmer: The Governor of the Bank of England has issued a warning of an ‘apocalyptic’ scenario, with food price surges affecting our daily bread in particular. There is a war and rumours of war: nation is arising against...

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More pushback after SCOTUS leak

May 17, 2022 by

by Michael Cook, Bio Edge: A number of journalists and politicians have issued dire forecasts of what will happen if the US Supreme Court does strike down Roe v. Wade – which now seems quite likely. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told...

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A Statement from Gafcon Australia

May 17, 2022 by

The Board of Gafcon Australia expresses its dismay over the decision of Synod of the Diocese of Wangaratta to make provision for the blessing of same-sex marriages. We believe this has torn the fabric of our communion within the Anglican...

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See of Oswestry might be revived to serve traditionalists

May 16, 2022 by

by Hattie Williams, Church Times: THE revival of the suffragan see of Oswestry in the diocese of Lichfield is being considered by the Archbishop of Canterbury to provide alternative episcopal oversight in the Province of Canterbury. The...

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Former Archbishop of Canterbury backs euthanasia

May 16, 2022 by

by Michael Cook, MercatorNet: The former Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, has sent a message to the Parliament of the Australian state of New South Wales, urging it to pass a euthanasia bill. In a letter obtained by The...

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Living in Love and Faith – Revd Ian Paul

May 16, 2022 by

from Premier: The Church of England Evangelical Council says it’s working to help church leaders engage biblically with issues around human sexuality with their congregation. It’s released two short films and study guides as...

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Australian Anglicans at loggerheads over same-sex marriage

May 16, 2022 by

by James Parker St Andrew’s Anglican Cathedral in Sydney / Wikimedia Commons The Anglican Church in Australia recently voted on whether to affirm marriage as being only between a man and a woman. With votes now cast, the church...

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