By David W. Virtue 10/23/2009 A group of maligned orthodox Anglicans believe they have found a solution to keeping the Anglican Communion from splitting. The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans, led by the Rev. Dr. Chris Sugden, Dr. Vinay Samuel and the Rev. Paul Perkin in the UK, say they can keep “Orthodox” Anglicans from […]

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frgavin on October 23rd, 2009

Bishop Bethlehem Nopece, Episcopal Patron of the FCA Southern Africa has been led to call the FCA and all orthodox Anglicans to a special time of prayer. This is for Sunday 1st November 2009 the feast of All Saints. This feast that we know as All Saint’s Day originated as a feast of All Martyrs, […]

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frgavin on October 20th, 2009

October 20th, 2009 Posted in Homosexuality, News | by David Ould Hat Tip: Stand-Firm As has been widely reported, Jack Spong has had enough. What’s his problem? Well, we just won’t agree with him and so he sees little point to even having the conversation any more… “Life moves on. As the poet James Russell Lowell once put it […]

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frgavin on October 16th, 2009

Julia Duin reports in Washington Post: The first one was in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1974. The second was in Manila in 1989. The third will be in Cape Town in 2010. I’m talking about the massive worldwide conferences on evangelism that began as the brainchild of evangelist Billy Graham, along with British Anglican theologian John […]

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frgavin on October 11th, 2009

One of the most popular Bible translations in the world is about to be rewritten—but not based on its so-called “gender-accurate” sister text. On Sept. 1, the three groups behind the New International Version of the Bible announced that they would tackle a new translation. Biblica, the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) and the publisher […]

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The Beachhead expands – False Bay Diocesan Synod 2009. The recent Synod of the Diocese of False Bay South Africa has shown that, the foothold being sought in Southern Africa by the revisionist ideas of TEC is still expanding. Two motions before that synod seem to illustrate this point clearly.  The first was a motion, […]

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