Photo caption: (From left to right) Canon Jack Lumanog, Bishop Samaan Farjalla Mahdi, Bishop Ezekiel Kondo, Bishop Ismail Gebriel Abu Digin, and Canon Nancy Norton, outside All Saints Cathedral in Cairo, Egypt. On October 5-6 in Cairo, Egypt, bishops from the Diocese of Egypt and dioceses in the north of Sudan held a meeting of […]

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frgavin on October 30th, 2011

Thanks to Stand Firm Indeed, as anyone who has frequented the various Anglican blogs over the last 9 years can attest, the fights between orthodox Anglicans who consider themselves “Communion Conservatives” and orthodox Anglicans who consider themselves “Federal Conservatives” are often bloodier and more divisive than any between orthodox Anglicans and the revisionist leadership of […]

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frgavin on October 30th, 2011

By David W. Virtue www.virtueonlione.org VOL: Dear Lord. Things are rough all over.I don’t need to tell you how bad things really are. Can they get any worse, probably, but I would like to ask you a few questions, if you would indulge me. GOD: Fire away. VOL: Look, we are losing the culture wars […]

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frgavin on October 26th, 2011

Chris Sugden  Evangelicals Now  November 2011 Are we currently seeing at least two Anglican Communions emerge, one led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the other headed by the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church based on a different conception of Christian faith? Members of The Episcopal Church  (TEC) made a presentation at the International Anglican […]

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FCA Southern Africa is happy to announce that it will host discussion days:   Human Rights, the Bible and AIDS.   This will include four presentations with questions and discussions. Philosophical questions that arise around these issues and there connectedness.  Dr Vinay Samuel.  – Oxford center for Religion and Public Life. Biblical Questions that arise. Dr Chris Sugden.  Anglican […]

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Luke Moon Abandoning biblical sexual teaching is an “act of justice” On Oct 12, Nobel Laureate and retired Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa defended the Presbyterian Church (USA) decision to accommodate the ordination of practicing homosexuals. In an open letter to Stated Clerk Rev. Grayde Parsons, Archbishop Tutu wrote: “It is incumbent upon […]

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Decision is up to 2012 meeting of convention By Mary Frances Schjonberg, Episcopal News Service October 24, 2011 Salt Lake City, Utah] The Episcopal Church’s Executive Council will submit a resolution to General Convention next year that would have it state that the church is “unable to adopt the Anglican Covenant in its present form.” […]

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