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Dirty fighting and aversion therapy

Dirty fighting and aversion therapy

Andrew Brown  finds the best GAFCON story in Premier Christianity

Journalistic sins of omission

Journalistic sins of omission

Andrew Brown is shocked by the almost complete lack of coverage in the British press of the three big Christian stories of the early week

Sectarian conflict, and the sky pixie

Sectarian conflict, and the sky pixie

THE news stream this week divides clearly into two: ghastly things from Africa, and quite cheering stories from Europe

Numbering the Pope’s divisions

Press: THERE is this wonderful Roman Catholic schism coming on, and no one is taking any notice

Not brotherly. Or exclusive

Not brotherly. Or exclusive

Press:  THE TIMES came down hard on the Exclusive Brethren, who had fought a remarkably dirty fight to preserve their charitable status. I am surprised that no other paper picked the story up

The blaming of cats

The blaming of cats

Press: Louis the cathedral cat does not look as if he could terrorise a provincial high street; yet, according to The Guardian, he left a traumatised dog-owner huddled in the gutter after he ambushed her spaniel

Electoral intrigue in Bradford

Electoral intrigue in Bradford

Press: THE election in Bradford West, where George Galloway is trying to defend the seat he won for the Respect party in a by-election against the Labour Party, is turning into a perfectly fascinating story

Bored? Listless? Try a jihad

Bored? Listless? Try a jihad

Press: JUST a little Christianity this week: the story in The Guardian that "A group of Churches has called for an urgent overhaul of the Government's benefits sanctions regime, describing it as punitive, inhumane and un-Christian

‘Partisan’ bishops in the firing line

‘Partisan’ bishops in the firing line

Press: The Bishops' pastoral letter seems to have inflamed passions in a most unexpected way

Awesome. For advertising’s sake

Awesome. For advertising’s sake

THE NEW YORKER last month ran an astonishing piece that needs proper consideration

Swiss cuckoo boosts nest eggs

Swiss cuckoo boosts nest eggs

Press: LORD GREEN's proposals to improve the leadership of the Church of England have not made an impression in the mainstream press, but his own record as a business leader was all over the papers as the General Synod opened

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The war the English tried to forget

The war the English tried to forget

A new Civil War centre is about to open in Newark. Paul Wilkinson reports  Subscribe to read more

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Overturning the vested interest

It was Keir Hardie's Christianity that inspired his politics, and his contribution to the Labour movement, says Gordon Brown  Read More

Sat 25 Apr 15 @ 19:01
'I think we have to give leadership' - @petespurs Bishop of Willesden on C of E renewal http://t.co/S0hHhtTABd http://t.co/E9SQqv2khy

Sat 25 Apr 15 @ 17:48
More than one million food parcels were given out by @TrussellTrust foodbanks last year http://t.co/bitRxux7CR http://t.co/8A5PqL8cAY