By Austin R Nimocks, Witherspoon Institute The state should uphold the Defense of Marriage Act, because the state’s interest in marriage is fundamentally about public, not private, purposes for marriage. Adapted from testimony delivered before the United States Senate. As debates currently rage about budget deficits, debt ceilings, and jobs, I am pleased that the […]

Continue reading about One Man, One Woman, and the Common Good: Marriage’s Public Purpose

There are a few, a very few, who deserve to be called a Prince amongst the people of God.  John Stott was one such. We all see other people partially. I am not therefore going to try to give a rounded picture of the man. I am only going to mention briefly the areas in […]

Continue reading about “John Stott – a Prince among God’s people” by Archbishop Peter Jensen of Sydney

frgavin on July 28th, 2011

15/07/2011   Read more: nnamdi azikiwe international airport, federal capital territory, hafiz ringim, boko haram, state security services, explosives in Abuja, Abuja City Gate, Mambilla Barracks, 0 Comments SHARE A security alert was triggered last night as soldiers intercepted a truck conveying no fewer than 700 explosives in Abuja. Daily Sun gathered that the vehicle […]

Continue reading about Soldiers intercept 700 bombs in Abuja

  Charles Raven Fulcrum has a new ‘chair’, the Revd Stephen Kuhrt, and in last week’s Church of England Newspaper, he took the opportunity to review Fulcrum’s history and restate its vision in his article ‘Remaining at the Centre of the Church of England’. To readers outside England unfamiliar with its tribes, I should explain […]

Continue reading about The Unhappy Fate of Optional Evangelicalism – how Fulcrum strengthens the case for the Anglican Mission in England

frgavin on July 28th, 2011

July 27th, 2011 Rev Dr John Stott CBE, Chaplain to the Queen, died this afternoon a few weeks after his ninetieth birthday. He was described by David Edwards as “the most influential churchman of our day”. David Wells reports that his funeral will be in St Paul’s Cathedral, and he will be buried at the […]

Continue reading about John Stott passed to glory.

frgavin on July 27th, 2011

With thanks to Archbishop Cranmer We are told that Anders Behring Breivik, the man who bombed Norway’s government buildings and then went on to slaughter 92 of Norway’s youth while they were on a summer camp, is a Freemason. Here he is in his regalia. His Lodge must be appalled by the association. Breivik has […]

Continue reading about On Christian fundamentalism

frgavin on July 26th, 2011

Just a day after a ‘right-wing extremist’ systematically slaughtered around 100 Norwegian teenagers, Vince Cable goes on national television and denounces the ‘right-wing nutters’ in the US who don’t want to raise the debt ceiling. The ‘Tea Party’ Republicans, he says, pose a bigger threat to the world economy than any problems in the eurozone. […]

Continue reading about The demonisation of the Right