frgavin on January 22nd, 2009

Charles Raven The dilemma any false prophet has to handle is that there comes a point where you really have to start acting like a wolf, otherwise all that dressing up as a sheep would have been rather pointless. You can do it gradually and hope people will get acclimatised to the change, but there […]

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frgavin on December 3rd, 2008

Historic week for Anglican Communion: From Chicago to London to Canterbury Bishop Martyn Minns was at Truro yesterday and held a Bishop’s Forum between services. He reported on recent and upcoming events in the Anglican Communion as well as take questions during the forum that was held in the main church. One of the highlights […]

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frgavin on October 30th, 2008

By Ruth Gledhill, TimesonLine As the figures show, London is bucking the national trend and churchgoing is up. This is a small blip however in the overall decline that has seen Church of England attendance slump to 880,000, a figure that should be rememered by all who read the Anglican Communion Office’s oft-touted boast of […]

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October 21st, 2008 Posted in News | Richard Dawkins is helping fund a campaign by the British Humanist Association to persuade people that God does not exist. Posters are to be placed on 30 bendy buses in London in January with the slogan: ‘There’s probably no God. So stop worrying and enjoy your life.’ The […]

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October 20th, 2008 Posted in News | The Anglican Mainstream Steering Committee issued this statement following their October Steering Committee meeting: “We have received the reports of GAFCON (The Global Anglican Future Conference – Jerusalem June 2008).  In the light of these reports and as an expression of our continuing commitment to the Anglican Communion, […]

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frgavin on September 28th, 2008

Why “playing nice” by postmodernist standards is a losing proposition The favorite buzzwords of the postmodern spirit all sound so warm and friendly, don’t they? Conversation, dialogue, openness, generosity, tolerance. Who wouldn’t want to participate in discourse with someone who truly prized human values such as those? On the other hand, the very same Zeitgeist […]

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frgavin on September 11th, 2008

The Opening of an excellent piece lengthy but more than worth the read. Written by: Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner Tuesday, September 9th, 2008 The Anglican Communion is currently pursuing a number of activities in response to the acrimonious struggle over sexual teaching and discipline within our churches. These activities have been encouraged by the Communion’s […]

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