Monthly Archives: August 2012

Strasbourg to hear religious-discrimination cases

  Posted: 31 Aug 2012 @ 00:46 PA “Discrimination”: Shirley Chaplin lost her job over her refusal to remove a cross worn round her neck THE European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg, will next week hear the cases of … Continue reading

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EHRC research report on religion or belief in the workplace

Posted on 23/08/2012 by Frank Cranmer Readers may be interested in the news that the Equality and Human Rights Commission has just published research on religion or belief in the workplace and public services. The research, which was carried out for the Commission … Continue reading

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Scottish Response to a Cardinal’s Rejection of Gay Marriage

  Core message of Christianity is one of love and forbearance Colette Douglas Home Columnist Message received and understood. Will someone please break the news to Cardinal Keith O’Brien? Can there be a sentient being north of the English Border … Continue reading

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Vatican prefers tanks to talks to achieve unity

ANDREW MCGOWAN AUGUST 20, 2012 When the idea of an Anglican Ordinariate was announced in September 2009 in the apostolic constitutionAnglicanorum Coetibus, theTimes of London ran the headline ‘Vatican Parks Tanks on Rowan’s Lawn’. It seemed an apt image at the time, … Continue reading

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Virtueonline offers a refreshing take on ‘Biblical Certainty’

On the Bible and Science: Preliminary Principles Associated with God‘s Revelatory Purposes By Bruce E. Atkinson PhD Special to Virtueonline http://www.virtueonline.org August 27, 2012 My writing here was stimulated by the excellent review article (“Some Reflections on Enns and The … Continue reading

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Chris. Sugden Reports on GAFCON Supporters in the G.S.

Regional Anglican Celebrations August 25th, 2012 Posted in Anglican Communion Chris Sugden   ‘Evangelicals Now’ September 2012 The last 12 months has seen a significant development in the Anglican Communion.  National Anglican Churches (Provinces is the technical term) have begun to hold significant … Continue reading

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S.C. Bishop Mark Lawrence returns from Retreat

  August 25, 2012 Bishop Lawrence Given “Godly Vision” to Leave the Episcopal Church Vision: “Prosper … in the Gospel and not for harm” Revelation likely to be made public this week, as Diocese tries to organize rebel congregations to … Continue reading

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