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Ireland at 100



Ireland at 100

Will Ireland ever unite, or will all or part of it leave the United Kingdom? What will the outcome mean for the future of both Brexit and the EU? After a century of trial and trouble, Ireland may be facing greater uncertainty than ever.

Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem



Jerusalem at twilight with dome of the rock and wailing wall

True peace has been forever elusive for the “holy city”—but the Bible shows that it won’t be like that forever!

The "Beeb" and Objectivity



The "Beeb" and Objectivity

What role has secularization and the sidelining of religious values played in the decline of Britain, and Western culture at large? The BBC provides a case study.

The Mayflower: Ship That Launched an Empire



Big Ben

God’s hand in history is evident—if you know where to look! At a time when “progressive” thinkers seem determined to erase history, it is more important than ever to understand the events that helped build Western civilization.

God Save the Queen?



God Save the Queen?

“God save the Queen” is an instantly recognisable phrase of patriotic sentiment in the British Commonwealth. It expresses hope for the monarch’s long reign and respect for her preeminent place in national life; indeed, it is found on all formal proclamations coming from the Crown. It also looks to God to come to the country’s aid in time of need. In the mid-eighteenth century, during the reign of George II and the troubling period of the Jacobite rebellion, the anthem “God Save the King” was first sung, later becoming the national anthem of the UK.

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