Tag: Christianity

Andrew Lilico – State Religion?

An intriguing piece by Andrew Lilico over at Archbishop Cranmer. Here is a sine qua non for a religion’s being de facto the state religion: conduct in accordance with the orthodox requirements of that religion must be at the very

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Three Challenges

I co-wrote a piece with Andrew Lilico that has just been published on the Conservative Home website. The third key challenge concerns whether we should remain the Church ofEngland — should we continue to be the state church.  This issue may

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Fair and Balanced?

Is there an even-handed approach by newspapers like the Guardian to issues around the fluidity of sexuality? Let’s find out. Yesterday afternoon Robert Booth at the Guardian published an interview with Peterson Toscano, an “ex-ex-gay”. It’s a friendly interview –

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Halo

I’m sure you’ve all seen this. Despite all the fuss about whether it is or isn’t against abortion, curiously my immediate response was to think of this. Everywhere I’m looking now I’m surrounded by your embrace Baby I can see

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Pentecost Battle of the Bishops

Just read these two interesting blog pieces. Firstly Bishop Alan Wilson Pentecost does raise in acute form the question of what we really believe Christianity is. It burst on the world as a process of incarnation, God bursting out of

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Apostolic Constitution is Out

Yup, we now have the full text and if you’re so inclined you can read it all here. Here’s the interesting bit as far as I’m concerned. 1.5 The Catechism of the Catholic Church is the authoritative expression of the

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