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Christian Hope and the UK Riots

on August 9, 2011

I'm sure you have heard about the riots in the UK.  Check out the following article written by Adrian Warnock sharing his perspective on the troubling events in the UK.  To read the article click here.  I believe this shows how much we are needed in this spiritually dark country.

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Two Thirds of Britons Not Religious, Suggests Survey

on March 22, 2011

Nearly two-thirds of people do not regard themselves as "religious", a new survey carried out to coincide with the 2011 Census suggests.  Click here to read the complete article.

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Britain's War on Christianity: America's Future Fight?

on November 9, 2010

At her coronation, Queen Elizabeth, like British monarchs before her, promised to "maintain the laws of God and the true profession of the gospel." But today, Britain is at war with the gospel, and with itself. British Christians who take their faith into the workplace risk being demoted or fired. The government continues to push an aggressive gay rights agenda, while threatening to criminalize Christian speech and practice.Click here to read the rest of the article and see a video

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Closed Church Buildings Re-open with New Purposes

on June 1, 2010

There are more than 8,000 church buildings no longer used for worship around England.A combination of decaying buildings, rising costs and dwindling congregations have meant many have been closed and sold offClick the following link to read the rest of this article on the BBC website to see what these church buildings are now being used for.Read the full post

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Britain no longer a Christian nation...

on April 2, 2010

Britain is no longer a Christian nation and the Church of England could die out within a generation, an Anglican bishop has warned.   The Rt Rev Paul Richardson said declining church attendance and the rise in multiculturalism meant that "Christian Britain is dead". He criticised his fellow bishops for failing to appreciate the scale of the crisis and warned that their inaction could seal the Church's fate. Click on this link to read the rest of this article on the Telegraph website.Read the full post

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