Some lovely thinking from Ft. John Behr
Taught by the Apostles – What is the truth about Jesus? Ask those who knew his earliest followers, said Irenaeus. by Fr. John Behr from Issue 96: The Gnostics Hunger for Secret Knowledge
"The Church," wrote Irenaeus, "having received this preaching and this faith, although scattered throughout . . . → Read More: Apostolic Faith
A wonderful video doing the rounds that demonstrates very clearly that the liberal "gospel" brings no comfort.
A number of people both on and off this blog have asked me repeatedly what my opinion of the book “God, Gays and the Church” is? As you know, the book was published on Wednesday and includes the first public version of my testimony. What I want to do in this post then is divide . . . → Read More: God, Gays and the Church – A Brief Review
Before we begin, if you want to hear Baruch’s heartbeat, click the play button below!! How cool is that?
Right, back to business. Baruch is 28 weeks.
You’re in the home stretch. The third trimester typically starts at week 29 and lasts until week 40 and sometimes even beyond. (Don’t worry — 42 weeks . . . → Read More: 28 Weeks and Heartbeat!!!
Yesterday I spent a large part of the day at General Synod including observing some of the debates. The last one of the day was on the response to the St Andrews Draft of the Covenant. As well as people spotting I made notes on the debate and want to spend just a few moments . . . → Read More: Some Thoughts on the Covenant Debate
From Anglican Mainstream
Orthodox Anglicans make a new contribution to the homosexuality debate within the Church of England, by launching a book containing testimonies of Christians who once believed they had a homosexual orientation, but now live happy and fulfilled lives in line with Biblical sexual ethics. These are complemented by essays in the fields . . . → Read More: God, Gays and the Church