Because of this, the land mourns

Take some time out and listen to this fantastic sermon by Charlie Cleverly of St Aldates, preached last Sunday. Press the play button after reading the Psalm.

1 Hear the word of the LORD, O children of Israel, for the LORD has a controversy with the inhabitants of the land. There is no faithfulness or . . . → Read More: Because of this, the land mourns

Petitioning the Queen

I’ve never done it before, but tonight was the first time. May I suggest that all the UK readers of this blog should engage in this act as a loyal subject.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace London SW1A 1AA

21st May 2008

Your Majesty,

For the defence of your most . . . → Read More: Petitioning the Queen

Married versus Gay Parenting

Here’s some controversial findings from a large study published in the States in 2003.

Same-sex couple families

The 2000 Census revealed that out of 5.5 million cohabiting couples, about 11 percent were same-sex couples—with slightly more male couples than female. One-third of female same-sex households and 22 percent of male households, or about 163,000 same-sex . . . → Read More: Married versus Gay Parenting

It should have won

Miles better than the Russian entry…

Voting Labour is Un-Christian

Now there’s a provocative blog post title and no mistake, but it’s the view put forward this morning by Cranmer:

When is a free vote not a free vote?

When it is an issue of conscience and Harriet Harman leads a whipping like the one witnessed on the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill.

Whipping . . . → Read More: Voting Labour is Un-Christian

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