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How should believers talk about injustice? A response to the rhetoric of victimhood.

Isaiah 9 describes God’s divine rule as one free from oppression and filled with justice—an almost unimaginable picture for many of us...

“Inclusive” ECUSA: “Love Never Ends” — but +Love Must Go

In a theological dispute that ECUSA's Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has now personally allowed to become a travesty, the Episcopal Church in the...

The Christian philosophy of C.E.M. Joad and his concept of personality and the soul

There is a small group of significant philosophers who had extraordinary turnarounds. The most famous of these is Ludwig Wittgenstein, who wrote about his magnum opus,...

Martyn Percy falls foul of Marxist conformism in the Church of England

Though he has a track record of high-profile campaigning for political correctness in the Church of England, the Dean of Christ Church,...

Standing in the breach — a meditation on recent events by Mark Lawrence

If it is true as author Shelby Steele has stated in a recent interview that “racism is endemic to the human condition,”...

Theology of victimhood: a pastoral response

Victimhood: the condition of having been hurt, damaged, or made to suffer, especially when you want people to feel sorry for you...

Is the Anglican Consultative Council endorsing the National Security Law in Hong Kong?

Chinese authorities are legislating the controversial National Security Law in response to 2019 Hong Kong anti-government protests. Instead of proposing the bill...

Orthodox and Anglican appeals from 1920 remain inspiration for unity

One of the foundational moments in the modern ecumenical movement is an encyclical letter issued 100 years ago by the Ecumenical Patriarchate...

Cleanse, don’t close, the Titus Trust

Now that the Iwerne camps at which the serial abusers John Smyth and Jonathan Fletcher groomed their victims are closing, should the evangelical Christian...

Texas Supreme Court Repudiates ECUSA’s Sophistries

In a comprehensive and unanimous thirty-page decision filed Friday morning, May 22, the Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of Bishop Jack L. Iker and...

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It was a Sunday of Joy and Praises this Sunday 6th September 2020 in Rutana as Anglican Christians from the Province of...

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Bishop of Colombo appointed

The next Bishop of Colombo will be Fr Dushantha Rodrigo, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby announced today. Archbishop...

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