frgavin on August 30th, 2012

Three people have been allowed to enter into a civil union in Brazil. Three people in a polygamous relationship have been allowed to enter into a civil union in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo. The decision has sparked controversy in Brazil. Campaigners in the UK say that tampering with the definition of marriage would […]

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frgavin on August 30th, 2012

By Trey Dinsdale, Christian Post […]  Bishop Robinson, who was once married to a woman and is now divorced and remarried to a man, was asked at one point why he should be taken seriously as an advocate for his position when he himself has broken the vow that he took with his former wife. […]

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frgavin on August 27th, 2012

It is hard to characterize TV as a Christian witness, or even a broadly moral one.  Even as the internet begins to eclipse it, TV retains considerable power to influence tastes, attitudes and world view.  Most of what it puts out today is antithetical to most religious and traditional world views.  I think that most […]

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frgavin on August 27th, 2012

Chris Sugden   Evangelicals Now September 2012 The last 12 months has seen a significant development in the Anglican Communion.  National Anglican Churches (Provinces is the technical term) have begun to hold significant large gatherings of all Anglicans in their area along with international guests from other parts of the Communion. This is part of the […]

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frgavin on August 27th, 2012

Elizabeth Kendal,  Evangelicals Now, September 2012  (Excerpts) Without a doubt, the greatest lie being told about the Syrian conflict is that it is being waged by President Assad against ‘the Syrian people’. This is pure propaganda. in December 2011, just three months into the crisis, the Qatar Foundation conducted a major poll inside Syria to […]

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Kristin Rudolph, IRD Christians on either side of the homosexuality debate have “a lot to agree on … [but] one of the things we might not agree on is that book … the Bible,” said Bishop Gene Robinson at Skyline Church’s “Conversation on the Definition of Marriage.” Robinson was the first openly gay priest ordained […]

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Sarah Hey I just wanted to make certain that all of us can see and understand what’s under our noses from the past week’s fun. To recap, Chick-fil-A experienced what can only be called an outpouring of support all over the country. Even as a conservative who’s quite aware that the progressive activists are a […]

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