Tag: Fidelity

Breaking – Christians with Traditional Moral Views can still be Foster Parents

One of the most remarkable things about the judgement (or rather, the lack of it) handed out yesterday in the Christian Foster Parents ruling is that many of the people reporting on it have obviously not read the 109 paragraphs

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What is Marriage?

I’ve just got round to reading the much talked about “What is Marriage?” by Girgis, George and Anderson. In it they put forward a non-religious argument for marriage being only between a man and a woman, and I must say,

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The Virginia Same-Sex Blessing Liturgy

A few days ago, Stand Firm covered the story that the Diocese of Virginia had voted to introduce a liturgy for the blessing of same-sex unions. This is the text of the specific resolution: R-4a Integrity of Committing Relationships RESOLVED,

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