by David C. Anderson May 28th, 2010 Dearly Beloved in Christ, We note the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Pentecost letter to the Anglican Communion, and are most interested to see how and when Section 4 will actually be implemented. We will write more about the implications of this letter after having had some time for reflection. […]

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PB Jefferts Schori dodges ecclesiastical bullet in Williams’ Pentecost Message News analysis By David Virtue www.virtueonline.org May 30, 2010 In a move designed to sting but not seriously hurt The Episcopal Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury delivered a mild wrist slap against the sexual innovations of TEC’s leadership while insisting that border crossing is of […]

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frgavin on May 31st, 2010

by Brian McGregor-Foxcroft Special to Virtueonline www.virtueonline.org May 30, 2010 This is a cautionary tale. It’s one that’s been told many times before, but rarely, if ever, listened to. It might even be appropriate to begin it with: Once Upon A Time, for there is an element of fairly tale about it, except that it […]

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Sunday Trust magazine – Sunday sermon WRITTEN BY – SUNDAY, 30 MAY 2010 06:23 The Primate, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, last Thursday called on Nigeria to quit the UN, over the latter’s support for homosexuality. Okoh said that it was regrettable that the UN was currently using human rights bodies […]

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frgavin on May 31st, 2010

My conclusion : Gladiators 1 Christians 0 Mark Harris has an excellent (and extremely prompt!) answer to this question: Here is a list of those on the Anglican Communion Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order. Those highlighted in red [David: and italicised] would be reduced to consultant status (whatever that means) under the moratoria […]

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frgavin on May 25th, 2010

Chapter 2: Doctrine and the Bible by Donald Allister read chapter 1 Living apart: a sad state of affairs The Bible is important, relevant, alive, and worth spending time on; doctrine is unimportant, irrelevant, dead, and worth avoiding: that’s how many Christians think or feel. In recent years there has been a return to the […]

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frgavin on May 22nd, 2010

May 21st, 2010 Posted in Theology | By John Richardson While you’re here, why not join my Facebook group, Fans of the Thirty-nine Articles? “A group for members of the Church of England, and the worldwide Anglican Communion, who think the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion published in 1562 are a great summary of the core […]

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