frgavin on August 6th, 2012

From culture watch As is becoming increasingly common, many people calling themselves Christians manage to mangle the gospel, show how poorly we tend to think nowadays, and fall prey to all the usual leftist nostrums. A good example is found in an article someone tipped me off to. Some religious lefty was complaining about the […]

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[This week is “Diocese of Georgia Meltdown Week” and so we’re bumping a few of the stories from the past that let us all know why the diocese is where it is today.] As we’ve all recognized over the years, it’s always helpful to trawl through various diocesan websites just to see what’s new out […]

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August 3rd, 2012 Posted in TEC | From ENS The General Convention which took place in Indianapolis in July offered new and creative responses to the call of the gospel in our day. We saw gracious and pastoral responses to polarizing issues, as well as a new honesty about the need for change. General Convention […]

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frgavin on August 3rd, 2012

Forward In Faith 2012 Assembly By Auburn Faber Traycik July 14, 2012 For the bishops, priests, and laypersons at the 24th annual assembly of Forward in Faith, North America (FiFNA) here July 11-13, it was – more decidedly than ever before – not about where they’ve been, but about where they’re going. Meeting again […]

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Mission Society Process Completed, says Bishop Murphy AMIA Press Release August 1, 2012 The Anglican Mission today formally adopted its Constitution in a celebratory Inaugural Assembly, which marked the last step in a 15-month process toward the formation of A Society of Mission and Apostolic Works. A group of 156 individuals gathered for the event […]

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General Convention’s actions became the final tipping point By Mary Ann Mueller and David W. Virtue Citing recent General Convention’s actions endorsing rites for same-sex marriage as the tipping point, the parish of St. John’s Episcopal Church, its rector and vestry, announced this week that they are leaving the Episcopal Church and turning the […]

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