By Julian Mann, Virtueonline Satirical sneering is not the appropriate response to the abject biblical ignorance of politicians in the House of Commons who celebrated the 20th anniversary of the ordination of women priests in the Church of England. For the national Church by law established, it is a cause for penitent self-examination because […]

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frgavin on March 22nd, 2014

CultureWatch Bill Muehlenberg’s commentary on issues of the day… There is no way of hiding the fact that there is plenty of suffering in the world. And yet, we know that there is also much joy to be found in life. Both can be found in abundance, and such seems to be our lot in […]

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The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth TEC loses again in Texas; Supreme Court denies motion for rehearing The Episcopal Church and its local supporters in Fort Worth have suffered a second defeat from the Texas Supreme Court. On August 30, 2013, the high court reversed a lower-court decision that favored TEC’s claim to all church […]

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By John Bingham, Telegraph   It could have been like one of those moments in a country parish where a trendy new vicar rolls up with plans to rip out the Victorian pews to make way for a drum-kit and an overhead projector. The arrival of Justin Welby, a former businessman whose brand of Christianity […]

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frgavin on March 21st, 2014

Stanford discriminates against traditional marriage supporters A student group at Stanford University asked for funds from the student government to put on an event subversive of community standards, guaranteed to provoke outrage among the establishment, and challenging of accepted mores. Was it a production of the Vagina Monologues? An evening with performance artist Karen Finley? […]

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by Sofia Vazquez-Mellado, LifeSite News Famed Italian singer Giuseppe Povia says the persecution he has suffered from homosexuals and their allies in the entertainment business following his controversial 2009 song “Luca era gay” (Luca was gay), about a man who converts from the gay lifestyle to heterosexuality, has ruined his career. In his most recent […]

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By Chris Sugden, Evangelicals Now Anglican churches in Nigeria and Uganda have through history stood for biblical truth and principle and been at the forefront of action for justice, peace and equality. They have transformed their societies especially the relationships of men and women. One African Anglican Archbishop told me recently: “Defenders of polygamous families have […]

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