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Core Issues Trust vs Barclays:  Account Closure

Staff writer The David and Goliath battle with Barclays Bank has thrown up some interesting trends undermining our national life in the UK.  We are grateful to the Christian Legal Centre in representing us, and for securing us a win of £21,500...

Introducing the CIT Africa Project

Mike Davidson, CEO Core Issues Trust Attending GAFCON IV, will no doubt go down as a highlight for CIT in 2023. The 2023 GAFCON video report brings the pleasant memories flooding back! There are fond memories too, of our time in Jerusalem at GAFCON...

The Gospel, and the Priorities of the Church

If, therefore, our practical and pastoral concern is limited to what occurs within the confines of the church – whether its building, programmes, members or activities - we then leave the public space open to being taken over by the adversary with...


Core Issues Trust was a Gold Partner of the fourth Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON IV) which took place between the 17th and the 21st April 2023 at the world-renowned Kigali Convention Centre in Rwanda. This conference was entitled ‘To...

IFTCC Conference 27-28 November, 2020

No matter if you are available on the 27/28 November, book now for the 6th Annual (Online) conference and get access to all playback and recorded materials for 12 months!

Why patriarchy is the best solution for happy families and societies

In “The New Politics of Sex: the sexual revolution, civil liberties and the growth of government power” Professor Stephen Baskerville Professor of Government at Patrick Henry College, Virginia, offers an analysis that suggests that such a proposal as the above is the tip of an iceberg of the ever increasing power of state authorities to police activities that are beyond its competence.

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‘Conversion Therapy’, Suicide and the Question of Harm

‘I don’t want to see another young person take their life,’ says Jayne Ozanne. She wants to see ‘conversion therapy’ banned.

There are four propositions here: that (i) LGBT-identified people experience more depression than others; (ii) they likewise commit suicide more often; (iii) a major cause of this is what she calls ‘spiritual abuse’ in the Church; and (iv) therapy makes matters worse, not better.

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What is ‘Conversion Therapy’?

Core Issues Trust offers help for individuals who wish to move away from unwanted homosexual behaviours and feelings, voluntarily. LGBTI activists claim that such provision is “Conversion Therapy”. Check out these FAQs…

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