frgavin on December 30th, 2009

December 28th, 2009 Posted in Anglican Church in North America, TEC | By Warren Cole Smith, Crosswalk According to numbers released in December by the Episcopal Church, that denomination’s membership dropped by 3 percent in 2008. That doesn’t sound like much, but I am a bit of a demographics junkie, plus I researched and examined […]

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frgavin on December 24th, 2009

The election of Mary Glasspool will likely put the final nail in the coffin of the Anglican Communion, evangelical leaders warn, and end Archbishop Rowan Williams’ hopes that an Anglican Covenant can hold the communion together. Elected suffragan bishop of Los Angeles on Dec 5, Canon Glasspool is the first openly gay priest elected to […]

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Watch a statement on YouTube here Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has hailed the publication of a set of guidelines for the Anglican Communion that could see it acquire new members. Published: 12:30PM GMT 19 Dec 2009 Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury Photo: GETTY Dr Williams also admitted that parts of […]

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frgavin on December 19th, 2009

Dear friends let each of us make a personal resolve read and believe the bible in its plain and grammatical sense – THIS billboard does not illustrate THE ANGLICAN WAY!!!!!  This justification on the website of  hIghlights for  all to see how far we have strayed from the biblical story in our thinking and if […]

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frgavin on December 17th, 2009

December 16th, 2009 Posted in Gay Marriage | Hat Tip: Greg Griffith, Stand Firm Responding to the piece at Politico by Ben Smith saying that gay marriage is inevitable, noted traditional marriage proponent Maggie Gallagher responds over at National Review with eight reasons why gay marriage it’s not. Among them: 2. Young people are not […]

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While some of what is said here is indeed true, sadly too many leaders of Bishop David’s stature do not mention, that Not only did Jesus accept those the rulers of the day did not, but He also said, “go and sin no more”.  There is so little of the transforming power of the Good […]

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frgavin on December 15th, 2009

By Ruth Gledhill, Timesonline Oxford graduate Dr Alison Peden has been chosen as one of three candidates for the vacant episcopal see of Glasgow and Galloway in Scotland. If she is elected on 16 January, she will become the UK’s first woman bishop. It would in many ways be fitting for Scotland to be the […]

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