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  • by John Ross Schroeder
Tawdry events, past and present, have shaken popular confidence in both governmental and religious authority figures in the United Kingdom. Overall, they reflect the gradual decline of traditional values caused in part by the combination of spreading secularism and growing ignorance of true biblical morality. Can current trends be halted and then reversed?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
When King Edward VIII had to choose between the British throne and the "woman he loved", he opted for marriage and declined the crown. Edward's problem was that his relationship with the twice divorced Mrs. Simpson was considered to be incompatible with his role as titular head of the Church of England. That was in 1936. Times have changed...
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Scott Ashley
"God does not exist as an independent agent. God is a figure created as a human ideal." Such words might not sound unusual coming from an atheistic scientist or philosopher. But what are we to make of such words coming from the spokesman for a group of Anglican priests?