frgavin on July 30th, 2012

Albert Mohler The news hit the airwaves like a sudden onslaught, and the truth began to sink in. It has happened again. This time, 50 people shot while attending the midnight premier of the last in the Batman sequence, “The Dark Knight Rises.” According to press reports, a 24-year-old man burst into the crowded theater, […]

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frgavin on July 30th, 2012

CultureWatch Bill Muehlenberg’s commentary on issues of the day… The longer I am involved in speaking around the country – and overseas – the greater one gap becomes: I keep getting older of course but I continue to speak to groups of young people. So one can certainly speak of a generation gap here. But […]

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From Whispers in the Loggia: A “major announcement on the future of the archdiocese” already set for 10am local time at St Mary’s Cathedral, at Roman Noon the pontiff named Bishop Salvatore Cordileone, 56—the San Diego-born head of the neighboring Oakland church since 2009, and lead hand behind the US bishops’ national effort to defend […]

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frgavin on July 25th, 2012

News Analysis By David W. Virtue Jon Meacham, activist lay Episcopalian, Sewanee alumnus, executive vice president at Random House and a Pulitzer Prize winning bestselling author, has written a commentary piece in the July 30 issue of TIME magazine on what the Episcopal Church’s handling of same-sex unions can teach the rest of us. […]

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By Tim Stanley US politics Last updated: July 24th, 2012 The Episcopal Church suffers from a staggering fall in church attendance The marketing mantra of liberal Christianity is “change or die.” Here’s the pitch: society has evolved since the 1960s, shedding its old prejudices and misunderstandings and replacing them with a new consensus based on […]

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frgavin on July 25th, 2012

Don’t let Church of England’s reluctance to embrace reform put you off God, Dr Jeffrey John tells gay people Dr Jeffrey John says gay couples are ­evidently just as capable of the kind of love needed in marriage as heterosexuals. Photograph: PA The most senior openly gay cleric in Britain has attacked the Church of England […]

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From AFA Stock rated “junk” status, loses 50% since February, 350 layoffs at home office Simply put, people are not shopping at J.C. Penney. AFA and OneMillionMoms are showing success in the effort to educate people to Penney’s aggressive national campaign to promote “gay” marriage. The company is going downhill fast. Since February, the company […]

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