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Richard Cizik

Cizik Preaches Climate Conversion at National Cathedral

April 21, 2016

“A significant percentage of Americans believe climate change is a lie – a conspiracy,” Former National Association of Evangelicals official Richard Cizik preached at the National Cathedral. “But they also think green lizards run the government. But there is a blindness. It comes from seeing one’s self as lord of this world, not a steward in the Kingdom of God.”

Anglican Missionaries

Anglican Missionaries “Facing a Task Unfinished”

April 12, 2016

A major Anglican missions conference calls for churches to commit more resources and young adults to reach those who had never heard the Gospel.

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Church Officials Respond to Brussels Attacks

March 22, 2016

A compilation of statements from church officials following a series of bombings in Brussels, Belgium allegedly carried out by ISIS.

Religious Freedom in the Public Square

Free Exercise as Full Religious Life and Participation in America

March 16, 2016

We must be more than defensive. Social conservatives are advancing moral truths which are universal, and thus are good for all of society … A vision of the good life must be an understanding a person’s of obligation to God and man, not merely state regulation for the purpose of individual gratification.

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Jim Wallis: Racism “in the air that we breathe”

March 15, 2016

White racism is endemic in the United States, according to a prominent Evangelical Left author and activist who preached Sunday at the Washington National Cathedral.

In McCullen v. Coakley, the US Supreme Court considers the constitutionality of a Massachusetts law banning protests immediately outside abortion clinics.

Episcopal Priest in Supreme Court Brief Had Abortion to Finish Divinity School, Later Tanked Parish

March 4, 2016

Religious groups weighed in prior to this week’s U.S. Supreme Court hearing about safety regulations for abortion clinics. Mainline Protestant clergy were among them.

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Episcopal Priest Underwent Abortion to Finish Divinity School, Later Tanked Parish

March 3, 2016

Whenever an activist Episcopal priest shows up in the news, as a general rule, scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find a dead or dying congregation.

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Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop: Anglicans Didn’t “Vote us off island”

February 8, 2016

Episcopalians won’t see changes stemming from requirements put in place by top Anglican bishops, according to the church’s Presiding Bishop.

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Anglicans Confront Challenge of Islam

February 2, 2016

A gathering of academics, bishops and evangelists examine the Christian response to the fast-growing global faith.

Anglican Church in North America Bishops (L-R) David Hicks, John Miller, Julian Dobbs, Archbishop Foley Beach,  John Guernsey and Clark Lowenfeld stand for life. (Photo credit: Faith McDonnell)

Anglicans Celebrate, Protect, and Honor Life

January 25, 2016

As the electric green posters they carry in the March for Life proclaim, Anglicans celebrate, protect, and honor life.

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Anglicans Mobilize for Life

January 23, 2016

For the first time, Anglican Christians have presented a conference timed with the national March for Life aimed at mobilizing U.S. and Canadian churches to address sanctity of life issues.

Christians in the Developing World

Why Are Churches in the Developing World So Vibrant?

January 22, 2016

Churches in the developing world remain some of the most dynamic in Christendom. What are these churches doing that Western churches aren’t?