European Theological Seminary, Birmingham

Belfast Telegraph 18th January 2005 Dear Sir, I noted with interest the response of Professor Gordon S. Beck of the European Theological Seminary, (Writeback, January 14). While I would not want to take away from what he says about the ability of Ian Paisley to “give valuable help to theological students enrolled in recognised educational establishments”, it is rather ironic

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Back to Basics

The Orange Order: Go Forward by Going Back Rev. Brian Kennaway • 10 November 2004 The recent article by Dr. John Coulter (The Blanket 4 November 2004) on the Orange Order was both challenging and incisive. While I appreciate what John was attempting to get us to think through, that the Orange Order needs to change in such a fast

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Belfast Telegraph Letters 19th April 2004 Dear Sir, I have been reading with interest recent articles in relation to discipline, or rather lack of discipline, within the Orange Order. I am sure those who, like me, have been following this subject over the years have noted the contradiction in the two recent statements of the ‘spokeswoman’ for the Orange Order. 

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Ulster Unionist Party

“Finance may concentrate minds on breaking the link” Rite & Reason The best interests of both the Orange Order and the Ulster Unionist Party would be served by a redefinition of their relationship, says Brian Kennaway. Over the past few years the relationship between the Orange Institution and the Ulster Unionist Party has been the subject of some discussion.  The

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The Shame of Drumcree

“Orange Order in shame . . . we reap what we sow” Opinion After another Drumcree marked by Orange Order violence, the Rev Brian Kennaway challenges the Order to deal with those members who breach the principles of the institution “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” (Galatians 6:7) Like

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Orange Discipline

“Don’t expect the order to discipline Orangemen” OPINION The prospect of Orangemen being disciplined by the order for taking part in the violence at Drumcree on Sunday is remote, writes Brian Kennaway Following the violence at Drumcree again on Sunday night, the Executive Officer of the Orange Order, George Patton, said: “We will be investigating. . . we will deal

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