frgavin on April 27th, 2014

CultureWatch Bill Muehlenberg’s commentary on issues of the day… Compared to the New World (America, Australia, etc), the Old World is brimming full of incredible and amazing history, and to walk its streets is to go back into ancient times. There is nothing like touring a city such as Rome to be reminded of all […]

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frgavin on April 27th, 2014

from Grateful for the gracious guidance of the Holy Spirit, and the leadership of its Chairman, the Most Reverend Dr Eliud Wabukala, the GAFCON Primates Council met in London from April 24th to 26th, 2014. 1.    Following the success of our Nairobi Conference last October, at which over 1,300 delegates from 38 nations and […]

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  From Cranmer Here we go again. Someone in high authority (in this instance, the Prime Minister) happens to mention that the United Kingdom is a “Christian country”, and then mounts a defence (of sorts) of the constitutional establishment of the Church of England, and out they crawl from under every stone and slither out […]

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frgavin on April 26th, 2014

By Bishop David Anderson   When I was considerably younger and the Rector of an Episcopal Church in South Dakota, the manager of a beef processing plant asked me if I would like a tour of the facilities. I am by nature a curious person, and so, just as I had said yes to a […]

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   4     (RNS) Catherine Dunphy came to seminary in her mid-20s, full of passion to work in the service of the Catholic Church. By the time she left, for many reasons, she had lost her faith.   “I had this struggle where I thought, ‘I don’t believe this anymore,’” said Dunphy, now 40 […]

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frgavin on April 25th, 2014

For some time now, the American Anglican Council has been actively supporting the Primates Council of the GAFCON movement – the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans.  We support these leaders with briefing papers, strategic planning and counsel as requested and needed. This week, the Primates Council will be meeting in London to worship, pray and reflect […]

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  By Andrew Grice, Independent Nick Clegg has called for the separation of the church and state in England – before the idea was immediately rejected by David Cameron. The Deputy Prime Minister, who is an atheist, said disestablishing the Church of England would be “better for Anglicans” but admitted such a change would not […]

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