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May 19 2018 By dvirtue Michael Curry & the Royal Wedding. A star-turn offers the world 'Christianity-lite'

Credit where it is due. 'Christianity-lite' can be very appealing. It reaches out to where people are hurting and it encourages them. It reaches out to where they are longing for good change, and it promises them that change can come.

It speaks continuously of love and hope. Everyone likes to hear of love and hope.

But it has three serious flaws. It doesn't define love, and it never delivers on the hope. It isn't what Jesus preached.

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May 19 2018 By dvirtue Franklin Graham Slams Episcopal Church on 'Marriage' Change: 'Caving to the Gay Agenda'

"I've got news for them -- just changing their words in their ceremony won't make it right," said Graham. "You cannot change what God has defined."

"Through the centuries, people have tried to reinterpret, repackage, or rewrite God's laws to suit themselves and their own evil desires," he said. "It's nothing new; but the end result is always the same. It's called disobedience--it's called sin. And sin brings God's judgment."

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May 15 2018 By dvirtue GAFCON Ambassador's Perspective: The launching of the new Anglican Church in Brazil

An evangelistically modified Cursillo provides a platform for thousands of people to come to lively personal faith in Christ, and home cell groups incorporate them into the church's life. Several times a year, 150 unchurched married couples gather at a hotel for a course on marriage put on by these Anglicans.

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May 13 2018 By dvirtue President Trump's "America first" policy is "a theological heresy for followers of Christ"

It continues: "It is time to be followers of Jesus before anything else -- nationality, political party, race, ethnicity, gender, geography -- our identity in Christ precedes every other identity. We pray that our nation will see Jesus' words in us. 'By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another' (John 13:35)."

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May 12 2018 By dvirtue Wife of Church of England Dean brings charge of 'indecent assault' against Christian leader

Dr. Sookhdeo is charged with an indecent assault on a woman in London in 1977.

Dr. Sookhdeo denies the charge.

The State classifies Dr. Sookhdeo as a "bad character", given that since February, 2015, he has a criminal record.

Dr. Sookhdeo was convicted of an indecent assault and two counts of witness intimidation at Swindon Crown Court in 2015. Sookhdeo has always maintained his innocence.

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May 12 2018 By dvirtue COLOMBO, SRI LANKA: Independent unions and Christian Workers' Fellowship defy Lankan govt on changing May Day

"We did not want to cow down to any pressure from the government. We did not want to change the International Workers' Day. Workers have come in huge numbers today," said Linus Jayatilleke, president of the United Federation of Labour.

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May 11 2018 By dvirtue GAFCON-UK offers support to FCA New Zealand after same sex blessings vote

We note that only those in civil marriages or lawfully recognised partnerships will be eligible for these blessings. This shows that while a short time ago many church leaders around the world were arguing for such blessings but drew the line at same-sex marriage (as in the Church of England's Pilling Report), now that line appears to have been removed.

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May 09 2018 By dvirtue Are South Korean cults infiltrating Churches and Christian News media?

In December 2016 the Daily Telegraph reported that Holy Trinity, Brompton, and the Diocese of London had warned members and churches about the Korean cult 'Paracristo' offering Bible Study courses in London's docklands.

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May 09 2018 By dvirtue KENYA: We won't allow same-sex marriage: ACK Archbishop Ole Sapit - UPDATED

Ole Spait made the remarks at a function in Bungome on Tuesday, April 10, when he presided over the relocation of Bungome diocesan headquarters from Webuyne to Bungoma Town.

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May 08 2018 By dvirtue CONCORD, NH: Suit calls St. Paul's 'haven' for predators - UPDATED

Mithoefer is one of two former St. Paul's students to accuse Studds of sexual misconduct, said Roderick Mac-Leish, a Cambridge lawyer who represents Mithoefer. The other former student is considering legal action, he said.

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