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Fr Dwight Longenecker reflects on the fatuous views of Michael Fabricant MP.
A race to the bottom is underway in the media, and the 'quality' press is in the lead.
David Walker argues: "To be purposefully paradoxical is to recognise that whilst consistency may be a feature of the endpoints of a journey it is rarely present all along the way."
"The gospel Jesus preached was certainly 'radically inclusive' – but also deeply transformative," David Baker reminds the archbishops.
The bishops of the Church of England "have commended a vision to the church which is abhorrent to Jesus Christ."
Justin Welby ditches Christian anthropology for Maxism, writes Gavin Ashenden
Melvin Tinker explores the interfaith and ecumenical implications of "radical inclusion".
James Oakley writes it is time to choose for the Church of England
An Open Letter Inviting Kelvin Holdsworth for a Public Debate on the Blasphemy of Reading Quran during Holy Eucharist
Dear Kelvin Holdsworth, the politician in St Mary's,
Essentially, the Anglican Communion is sundered, and is no longer accurately described as a "Communion." It should be restyled "the Anglican Disunion."
Gavin Ashenden does not believe the compromise reached by the House of Bishops on gay marriage will bring peace in our time