June  2011 Posted by geoconger  First published in The Church of England Newspaper. The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church has declined to respond to questions concerning her ordination to the priesthood of a paedophile.  Her silence has prompted questions from liberals and conservatives in the church about what she knew of the Rev. Bede […]

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On June 29, 2011 · In News By CALEB AYANSINA ABUJA—The Primate, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), the Most Revd. Nicholas Okoh, yesterday, called on the Federal Government to pull out of the United Nations Organization, UNO, if it continued  in its recognition of gay marriage in the guise of promoting fundamental human rights. The […]

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June  2011 A friend of mine has been engaged in a discussion with someone who cannot understand why Christians oppose “marriage” between two people of the same sex. He’s been struggling with answers and asked me for my thoughts. I thought it might be helpful to post up what I wrote in response. Dear _______ […]

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Mariette Ulrich | Jun 2011 | In the 1980’s, my hopelessly outdated mom counselled me not to kiss a boy on the first date. I tell my daughters not to kiss (or, for that matter, date) anyone they wouldn’t be prepared to marry. As someone who espouses values possibly more old-fashioned than those held by […]

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Archbishop Albert Chama ACNS: ACNS4897 By ACNS staff Tens of thousands of people–including all the Central Africa bishops–flocked to the Bernard Mizeki celebrations in Zimbabwe this weekend, despite being denied access to the shrine itself by the authorities. Between 10,000 and 15,000 people came to the Marondera Show Grounds to commemorate the life of Bernard […]

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June By Julian Mann Episcopal churches are not the only denominations to be marred by careerism. But they have a huge problem with it. Nowhere is this illustrated more disturbingly than in Friday’s Church Times feature by Rebecca Paveley about a coaching course to groom selected women for the top jobs in the Church of […]

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Share By Jennifer Garza jgarza@sacbee.com Published: Monday, Jun. 27, 2011 The mood Sunday morning at Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church Sunday was upbeat – the pews were packed and many nodded as the pastor preached his message of forgiveness. They showed no sign of the turmoil that led the congregation to leave the national denomination, the […]

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