frgavin on November 29th, 2010

EDITORIAL By David W. Virtue As the liberal Episcopal Church slowly implodes, the contradictions and lies grow quantifiable by the day. Consider this. The Episcopal Church’s Presiding Bishop has made a major power grab by imposing national canons on the church that override and supersede diocesan canons. The Episcopal Church has rewritten the church’s […]


frgavin on November 29th, 2010

By Brian McGregor-Foxcroft Special to Virtueonline Nevertheless, when the son of man comes, will he find faith on earth? (Luke 18:8, English Standard Version, Crossway, 2008) When a liberal clergyman tells me to trust in the future, I know that it’s time for me to pack my bags and get out of Dodge, while […]

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by John-Henry Westen – All theological arguments aside, it makes no sense to engage in sexual activity while one of the persons is infected with AIDS. To do so would be to endanger the life of the sexual partner.  To do so with a condom also endangers the life of the partner because condoms break, […]

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frgavin on November 25th, 2010

His Grace had been holding off from commenting on this until a decision had been taken in Synod. Now that that decision has been taken (an overwhelming ‘aye’ in all three houses for sending it out the diocesan synods), the mechanism designed to encourage / facilitate / bolster / impose / bludgeon / compel / […]

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frgavin on November 24th, 2010

November 24, 2010 Oxford Statement of the Primates’ Council November 2010 AD Introduction The leaders of the GAFCON movement are keenly aware of the crises of conscience that are pressing some people to shift their membership and ministry from the Anglican Church. While we are greatly sympathetic that there are many areas of crisis that […]

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Rowan Williams tells warring factions to pull together for crucial General Synod vote on church’s future Rowan Williams speaking at the General Synod. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty ImagesDr Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, warned of the risk of “piece-by-piece dissolution” of worldwide Anglicanism in a heartfelt personal plea today to warring factions in the Church […]

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Global Day of Prayer Rocks the World While in Cape Town covering the Lausanne Congress on Global Evangelization, I interviewed a number of persons who I believe offer stories of changed lives through the power of the gospel. These stories are about faith and the struggle to be faithful often in difficult circumstances. This is […]

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