frgavin on October 30th, 2012

Brother, have you been saved? With all sorts of charlatans offering salvation, Christianity’s answers are looking more convincing. Brother, have you been saved? That’s a question we associate with soapbox preachers. But  the question of salvation has not gone out of style. Only the answer has. Only last month, for example, two leading bioethicists published […]

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frgavin on October 30th, 2012

A writ panel of three Justices of the Virginia Supreme Court, who heard oral arguments on October 16 in favor of the Petition for Appeal filed by The Falls Church Anglican following the adverse judgment by the Fairfax County Circuit Court has issued an order granting review of the case. The Court’s order grants review […]

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A Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, Primate of the Anglican Church of Kenya and Chairman of the FCA Primates Council to the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans October 29, 2012 The day we give special thanks for James Hannington, Bishop of Eastern Equatorial Africa, and his Companions, Martyrs, 1885 My dear people of God: […]

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frgavin on October 30th, 2012

By Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, Res Publica There has been a good press for marriage lately. More people are marrying and more people are staying married. This is welcome news. I have recently been with a number of community groups that promote marriage in schools, colleges and generally in society. This has been an encouraging and […]

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frgavin on October 29th, 2012

Nicky Lock Yet again in the last couple of weeks we have witnessed politicians behaving badly towards one another, using verbal insults as a way of gaining advantage or a “power over” position over the other. On the one hand we should not be surprised: our political system inherently requires an adversarial position as each […]

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frgavin on October 29th, 2012

[…] The Church of England (as with evangelical theology more generally) has long recognized that faith is a necessary component of baptism. In the Prayer Book Catechism it asks, ‘What is required of persons to be baptized?’ and the answer is, ‘Repentance … and faith, whereby they stedfastly believe the promises of God.’ The problem […]

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frgavin on October 29th, 2012

Letter to Post & Courier from The Rt. Rev. C. FitzSimons Allison (Hat Tip: Barbara Gauthier) This diocese and Bishop Mark Lawrence have worked strenuously to stay in the Episcopal Church while maintaining the historic faith and doctrine as this church has received it. With all its claims to inclusion, the increasingly intolerant Episcopal Church […]

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