From The Christian Institute David Cameron thinks that faith schools should not be allowed to teach that homosexuality is a sin, according to a quote unearthed by the Daily Mail. The would-be Prime Minister made the inflammatory remark during an interview with a gay lifestyle magazine ahead of the last general election. According to the […]

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By Peter Dominiczak, London Evening Standard Company chiefs will today turn to the Church in a bid to repair business’s reputation following the financial crisis. Bosses from firms including Tesco and Vodafone were joining the Archbishop of Westminster, the Most Rev Vincent Nichols, to discuss ways to put moral principles at the heart of business […]

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frgavin on September 17th, 2012

You knew this was coming. From Olav Tveit, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches: The film The Innocence of Muslims is gratuitously offensive to Muslims and to the faith of Islam, and I regret that it has been made. The film was produced and distributed by particular individuals who are not in any […]

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frgavin on September 17th, 2012

Phillip Jensen September 15th, 2012 Last week, I wrote Submission and the Clash of Cultures. This week I want to follow it by writing about subjugation and the clash of cultures. For in website and blog comments regarding last week’s article the clash of world views became very obvious. The word ‘submission’ is, as I […]

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frgavin on September 12th, 2012

  Jodie McNiel Recently I posted a blog encouraging us to carefully consider how we might change the substance of our Sunday gatherings in order to accommodate outsiders who may find our formalities to be a barrier to them joining the congregation. In the midst of the debate that unfolded, one of the commenters drew our […]

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frgavin on September 12th, 2012

Chris Sugden Is the task of leading the Communion the task of one man, as Archbishop Rowan has assumed? What is the problem to which Archbishop Rowan has proposed a solution?  What is the world of the Anglican Communion?  A key issue in the break with the Roman Catholic Church in the sixteenth century was […]

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frgavin on September 10th, 2012

The Archbishop of Canterbury has launched a major attack on his critics in the Government and Church of England months before he leaves office. The Archbishop of Canterbury issues a challenge to his critics in a new book which he introduces with a warning that he has become “resilient” and “even rebellious” Photo: ANDREW CROWLEY By […]

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