Source: American Anglican Council The following message is from the February 26, 2010 edition of the American Anglican Council’s Weekly Email Update. If you would like to recieve this email click here. If you would like to join the AAC as a member click here. A report from the Anglican 1000 Church Planting Summit in […]

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By David W. Virtue in Plano www.virtueonline.org February 23, 2010 When the Rev. David Roseberry first heard about ACNA Archbishop Robert Duncan’s call to plant 1000 churches in five years, it blew him away. “I called and asked Bob, are you serious? The answer was yes. Now after two days of intensive testimony, strategizing and […]

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By David W. Virtue in Plano www.virtueonline.org February 23, 2010 The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of North America said today that “if orthodox Anglicans do what we are sent to do, what we will become is the ancient future movement of the 21st Century church attracting a rising generation of believer leaders abounding in […]

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When will gay couples be able to take vows in the Church of England? February 24th, 2010 Posted in News | One of the most striking features of the GAFCON Jerusalem Statement and Declaration of June 2008 was the formation of a Primates Council which was urged to ‘authenticate and recognise confessing Anglican jurisdictions, clergy […]

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February 18th, 2010 Posted in Anglican Church in North America, TEC | OXFORD: Reflections on Synod vote for C of E to be in Communion with the ACNA By Bishop Henry Scriven Special to Virtueonline February 7, 2010 Though I am quoted as one of the examples in the current debate, I am not a […]

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February 17th, 2010 Posted in Theology | by David Ould, Stand Firm This lack of proper engagement and even fair representation has led to a theologically illiterate church. But illiteracy is always the preferred option if you don’t like what you read – especially in the Scriptures. I think what disappoints me most in what […]

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By David Virtue, Virtueonline Women bishops debate is the aggressive face of intolerant liberalism, he says While in London attending General Synod, VOL interviewed the Rev. Rod Thomas, chairman of REFORM, leader of the Evangelical wing of the Church of England The Rev. Rod Thomas believes that the debate on women bishops is very revealing because […]

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