There were boos and jeers as a liberal bishop lashed out at a conservative Christian’s “adversarial approach”.
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Russians shunned and made silent
Over a few days, we have to face that it was one year ago that Russia did what it said never to do. For months, the Russian government told the citizens of the federation it was going to liberate the Ukrainians of Neo-Nazis and corrupt leaders. As the months of 2022 wore on, and itContinue reading “Russians shunned and made silent”
Gay people in the Church of England
The Church of England still dares not see its true face and be open to people who feel different from the majority.
Governments, media and people clashing over gender issues
For parents, thefeeling of their children that they are in the wrong body is much harder to grasp and to deal with than for outsiders, who are even less able to understand parents when they want to deal with their children’s feelings, circumspectly.
The New York Times for the 2nd week of August 2022
August 08 Children in Gaza City reacted to an Israeli airstrike on Saturday. Over the weekend, 44 Palestinians, including 15 children, were killed, health officials said.Mohammed Abed/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images A cease-fire in Gaza Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza agreed to a cease-fire late last night, which appeared to hold as of thisContinue reading “The New York Times for the 2nd week of August 2022”
Fighting for justice for LGBT+ families in Russia
Yulja Tsvetkova got labeld as a “foreign agent” and has been charged with violating the Russian “gay propaganda” law, fined 50,000 rubles (around 800 USD / 722 €), and put under house arrest for sharing drawings promoting inclusivity on social media. 15 July 2022: After over 3 years of persecution from Russian authorities justContinue reading “Fighting for justice for LGBT+ families in Russia”
A narrative or essay that takes you someplace you might not expect to go
From now onwards, we hope to present you regularly with some pieces of exceptional writing from The New York Times — a narrative or essay that takes you some place you might not expect to go.
The power of the All Out movement in Africa
The All Out movement in Africa heard a lot of disturbing news from Uganda and Ghana of unlawful arrests, but also got some people released who were taken into prison for so-called COVID-19 lockdown violations.
Christians close to falling below 50pc in England
As in other industrialised countries, Great Britain is feeling the loss in its churches after the first year of CoViD isolations and lockdown.
In Eastern Europe the Foundations of the European Union in danger
Warsaw has angered the EU by refusing to override a tribunal that this month ruled that the Polish constitution took precedence over rulings by the European Court of Justice, but now starts feeling the full force of the EU Commission’s wrath for daring to challenge the Court of Justice of the European Union’s role as the ultimate arbiter of law within the bloc.