frgavin on December 21st, 2016

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. I just took one of those online surveys to find out what kind of person I am, based on my attitude to Christmas. And the result came out completely wrong. But the basic premise behind the test is good, even profound. ‘Four kinds of Christmas’ is a series of resources […]

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frgavin on December 14th, 2016

CultureWatch Bill Muehlenberg’s commentary on issues of the day… We should not be very surprised that Christians and other infidels are being attacked and killed in the West by those from the religion of peace. After all, in Muslim majority countries this is common practice. Indeed, the number one source of anti-Christian hate and persecution […]

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frgavin on December 7th, 2016

By Harry Farley CHRISTIAN TODAY http://www.christiantoday.com/ A documentary about gay nuns will premiere in a Welsh cathedral this week in a move that has been welcomed by the Archbishop of Wales. All One in Christ is a 12-minute documentary about two ex-nuns who fall in love before being rejected by their community. Deeply critical of […]

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  Growth only occurs when vision and values match, says Canon Ashey By David W. Virtue, DD www.virtueonline.org The Biblical, apostolic catholic and conciliar values that birthed Anglicanism are given lip service while leaders of the Anglican status quo drift increasingly into heterodoxy and the outright denial of the very essentials of our faith, writes […]

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PHOTO: Prince Charles joins cultural dancers after the consecration of the new St Thomas Cathedral, Syriac Orthodox Church TheBy Staff Reporter http://www.globalchristiannews.org/ The scandal of how UK officials denied entry to Britain to three Archbishops from Iraq and Syria who have been driven from their dioceses by Islamic State, was revealed last week by persecuted […]

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U.S.—Reports from around the nation Thursday indicate that millions of American citizens were still reeling from the revelation that a prominent Christian couple holds a historically Christian position. “We’re not saying people can’t be Christians,” a Seattle woman said in a Facebook comment. “This is a free country, after all. But when Christians decide to […]

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frgavin on December 1st, 2016

Zadok, Christian Churches and the LGBT Split A supporter of same-sex marriage waves a rainbow flag during a rally outside the Legislative Yuan in Taipei, Taiwan. (REUTERS/Tyrone Siu) An interesting separation is taking place in the Christian community today over homosexuality and gay marriage. One leader opposes. Another affirm. Yet most just sit silent. But […]

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