frgavin on May 22nd, 2010

May 21st, 2010 Posted in Anglican Communion, Global South, News | by Mark Tooley AmericanSpectator Fast growing African Christianity, both evangelical and Catholic, is transforming global religion and affecting American Christianity, particularly its debates over homosexuality. African Anglican bishops, overwhelmingly conservative, have steadfastly encouraged the global Anglican Communion to sanction U.S. Episcopalians for their heterodoxy. Liberal […]

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May 20th, 2010 Posted in Greenbelt 2010, Morality, sex, youth culture | CEN  20 May   HUMAN RIGHTS campaigner Peter Tatchell has defended the decision by Greenbelt to ask him to speak at the festival, following criticism by Anglican Mainstream that this could be dangerous for vulnerable children. Mr Tatchell said: “The suggestion that my guest […]

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Published on 17 May 2010 Exclusive: Brian Donnelly An entire congregation has quit the Church of Scotland in the Bahamas after its minister resigned over the issue of the first gay ordination. Around 800 members of the Kirk will hear at its annual General Assembly in Edinburgh this week that after the Reverend John MacLeod […]

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May 20th, 2010 Posted in News, TEC | Comments Off Chris Sugden of Anglican Mainstream argued that TEC’s embrace of homosexuality in the church was leading to its downfall. Referring to Saturday’s consecration he said: “TEC had booked a 13,000-seater auditorium and only 3,000 people turned up. You could have got the press conference inside […]

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frgavin on May 20th, 2010

Dear readers, this is so true of our ACSA as well, food for thought.  Is it not time to rethink the whole thing and reset priorities.  It is strange to me that we have huge mountains of regulations about everything, but do NOTHING about flagrant flaunting of the teachings of the faith.   Webmaster. May 19th, […]

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frgavin on May 19th, 2010

News analysis By David W. Virtue May 18, 2010 In chess it is called the “end game”. It refers to that stage of the game when there are few pieces left on the board. The end game positions are solved by finding a win for White when there is no obvious way of winning. […]

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frgavin on May 19th, 2010

TheAM will have “Ministry Partner” Status Anglican Church Leadership Communique May 18, 2010 TO: All Clergy and Lay Leaders FROM: Archbishop Robert Duncan on behalf of the Executive Committee The Archbishop’s Cabinet has been working since February with the leadership of the Anglican Mission (theAM) in the Americas to clarify the Anglican Mission’s structural relationship […]

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