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Breakdown in the Ruck: 4 pushbacks to the Folau/Vunipola ‘controversy’

Carl Laferton | April 16th 2019

This is about rugby, but it’s not really about rugby. So if you’re a Christian who doesn’t like rugby, please don’t switch off.... continue reading

 

How to pray for Syria

Eleanor Dell | April 19th 2018

When we hear about conflict in Syria. it is easy to feel completely helpless—but we are not. ... continue reading

 

Same sex relationships: should we just agree to disagree?

Sam Allberry | July 5th 2017

As the Church of England’s General Synod meets this week, once again, the tortured issue of same-sex relationships will dominate the agenda.... continue reading

 

Christianity in the News 04.12.2014

Phil Grout | December 5th 2014

Christmas: no room at the inn for baby Jesus in school nativities

Why This Evangelical Pastor Wants to Bring Back Advent

Teachers ‘scared to teach about Jesus’

Sunday morning inconvenient for church services ... says Church of England

Pakistani Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy files appeal

What ever happened to Rob Bell, the pastor who questioned the gates of hell?

 

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Christianity in the News 20.11.2014

Phil Grout | November 21st 2014

Church of England Approves Plan Allowing Female Bishops

Does Church of England need to reform to stay relevant?

Schools 'failing to teach children about the Bible'

Growing religious persecution 'a threat to everyone'

Welby warns offering asylum to Christians could 'drain' Middle East of 2,000-year-old communities




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Christianity in the News 30.10.2014

Phil Grout | October 31st 2014

Two per cent of Anglican priests don't believe in God, survey finds

Houston mayor who subpoenaed pastors is flooded with up to 1,000 Bibles

In expansive Pakistan, Christians struggle to find space for cemeteries

Christians of Mosul Find Haven in Jordan

 

 

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Christianity in the News 23.10.2014

Phil Grout | October 24th 2014

Christian school 'downgraded for failing to invite an imam to lead assembly'

Pakistani court upholds death sentence for Christian woman accused of insulting Islam

Divisive Pastor Quits Post at Seattle Church

Refugee misery for Iraqi Christians who have fled IS

 

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Christianity in the News 16.10.2014

Phil Grout | October 17th 2014

Mark Driscoll, top megachurch pastor, resigns

City of Houston demands pastors turn over sermons

A win for religious liberty: School reverses ban on Christian Club

Chinese preacher 'grateful' to be jailed amid 'anti-church' campaign

 

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Christianity in the News 09.10.2014

Phil Grout | October 10th 2014

Scalia defends keeping God, religion in public square

Brazil’s evangelicals become a political force to be reckoned with

Baghdad Hits Crisis Point Amid IS Threat

Church of England vicar denies backing ‘anti-Semitic hate-fest’ in Iran

Prof Brian Cox: 'There’s a naivety in saying there is no God’



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Christianity in the News 02.10.2014

Phil Grout | October 3rd 2014

Iraq crisis: 'Every single Christian wants to leave'

One in 10 Church of England bishops 'could be secretly gay' – says bishop

100 Christians, Including Children, Arrested During Major House Church Raid in China

Costa Ricans Celebrate 'Day of the Bible'

Former Bishop of Winchester Michael Scott-Joynt dies aged 71



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