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September 19th, 2018 | Islam
Please pray for protection for a precious young woman the Christian Legal Centre is supporting, named Sarah. She has been rescued from a horrendous 12-year ordeal at the hands of an Islamic grooming gang, and desperately needs your prayers.
Carys Moseley looks into how the issues of transgender and abortion are intrinsically linked and argues that the Church must speak up to protect the dignity of those affected and defend the fact that we are all created in God’s image.
In a victory for freedom of speech, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has rejected calls for ‘buffer zones’ to be introduced outside abortion clinics, saying that they “would not be a proportionate response” to pro-life activities. This ironically comes as a pro-life charity has been banned from having a stall at freshers’ fairs in three different universities.
Martin Davie, theological consultant to the Church of England Evangelical Council, looks into the issue of Church of England churches flying the rainbow flag. This article was originally posted on his blog, Reflections of an Anglican Theologian.
Praise God that Pastor Paul Song has been reinstated as a volunteer chaplain at Brixton Prison, thanks to your support.
Roger Kiska highlights some of Christian Concern’s unseen work.
Carys Moseley looks at recent ‘guidance’ from BACP on who is a woman.
September 12th, 2018 | Family, Family and Sexual Ethics
In the biggest shake-up to family law in the past 50 years, the government is set to announce a consultation on ‘no-fault divorce’, aiming to ‘streamline’ current divorce procedures by ‘decreasing antagonism’ and potential ‘confrontation’.
You may remember the story of Brian Walker, a veteran scout leader who was barred from the Scouts after sending a letter to Scouting magazine, challenging the promotion of Islam and LGBT events in the magazine.
September 13th, 2018 | Church and State
Tim Dieppe reviews Melvin Tinker’s new book “That Hideous Strength”. He describes it as an excellent short primer on the contemporary influence of cultural Marxism and how we can respond to it. Tinker takes inspiration from C.S. Lewis’s novel of the same title which explored the potential for a godless intellectual elite to deceive the masses.
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