Blogroll Category: Christian Resources
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"We have allowed evil to flourish in Uganda,"Archbishop Stanley Ntagali writes, adding that national transformation begins with the repentence of the individual from sin
A new BBC Radio 4 feature has spoken about the rise of ‘co-parenting’. Rebekah Moffett, communications officer at Christian Concern, comments on the impact that ‘co-parenting’ could have on society.
Christian Legal Centre’s Roger Kiska reflects on his visit to Strasbourg to speak at the Council of Europe in a week which saw the city hit by a mass shooting.
Senior Church of England Bishops have announced they want to begin an inquiry into ‘gay cure’ therapy amid calls to ban it for being ‘harmful’ and ‘dangerous’.
The inquiry will be led by the Ozanne Foundation, a Westminster based charity that campaigns for the Church to adopt a pro-LGBT agenda. Despite its inevitable bias, the organisation launched a survey this weekend for over-16s in the UK who have “tried to change their sexual orientation”.
Claiming that a child would be better off with a mother and a father than with two men is now state heresy argues Tim Dieppe as he discusses the case of Richard Page who was dismissed as a magistrate by the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice in 2016 for stating exactly that. Mr Page has now won the right to appeal this shocking decision. When judges are dismissed for breaching state orthodoxy and trying to protect children we are in totalitarian territory.
If evangelism is taking the Good News of help to the helpless and hope to the hopeless, shouldn’t we be concerned about taking it to the most helpless and hopeless?
From January 1, 2019 until December 31, 2021, those who wish to bring a case of sexual misconduct against a member of the clergy will be able to do so, regardless of how long ago the alleged misconduct occurred.
Jeff Walton reports on a presentation on gender confusion given at the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic synod
The bishops "have authorised a baptismal-based liturgy for transgender transitions claiming it is 'rooted in scripture'."