Category Archives: Christian moral influence

No Comment About Brazilian Anglicans

Jônatas Bragatto shared a link. ANGLICAN CHURCH CELEBRATES THE FIRST GAY MARRIAGE IN SÃO PAULO.(BRAZIL) “Reverend Arthur says the ceremony will be traditional, like the rite that united Prince Harry with the actress Meghan Markle in May of this year, … Continue reading

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Now you see it, now you don’t….CULTURAL SHIFTS WITH RIGHT AND WRONG.

Change is continual and ranges from minor to major to overwhelming. What apparently is now occurring in North America will soon, probably, be overwhelming. I have seen first hand the adoption of changed definitions of Right and Wrong. USA cultural … Continue reading

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Chinese Academy of Social Sciences’ study of West concludes that Christianity is responsible for its global success

By Deacon Nick Donnelly, on May 16th, 2011 reissue 10-28-16 Dominic Lawson’s review in the Sunday Times of Niall Ferguson’s new book, ‘Civilisation: The West and the Rest’, refers to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences twenty year study … Continue reading

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