frgavin on July 31st, 2010

From AAC I learned much about life while playing fraternity football in the inter-fraternity league at the University of Maryland many years ago. I learned never to take my eyes off of the football, even while we were in the huddle, for the ball could be moved against us either by players on the opposing […]

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From ACI The Reverend Canon Professor Christopher Seitz The Reverend Dr. Philip Turner The Reverend Dr. Ephraim Radner Mark McCall, Esq. Michael Watson, Esq. The crises in the Anglican Communion in recent years have revealed two distinct problems confronting the Communion, one theological and one structural. The two halves of faith and order. The theological […]

Continue reading about Contrasting Futures for the Anglican Communion: A Transformed ACC and the Anglican Covenant

By Lillian Kwon|Christian Post Reporter The existence of conflict in the church is a sign of health and vitality, the head of The Episcopal Church told a live Web audience Wednesday. View Full Image (Photo: The Episcopal Church via The Christian Post) Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori of The Episcopal Church speaks in a live […]

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frgavin on July 29th, 2010

By Bill Bumpas, OneNewsNow At last week’s International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria, the Obama administration pledged the support of the U.S. in the global fight against AIDS. But one pro-family activist points out that an important aspect is missing from the undertaking. Both President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made prerecorded […]

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DWIGHT LONGENECKER Last Autumn was the tenth anniversary of the Church of England’s vote to ordain women as priests. The week after the momentous vote, a short letter appeared in an Anglican weekly. It read, ‘Dear Sir, Please note that all the arguments used for the ordination of women can also be used for the […]

Continue reading about A Prophecy Fulfilled – a little while ago but sooooo true!

July 28th, 2010 Posted in Anglican Communion, Anglican Consultative Council, TEC | By David W. Virtue, Virtueonline Despite a proposal from orthodox Anglican leader Dato Stanley Isaacs from the Province of South East Asia that the American Episcopal Church be separated from the rest of the Anglican Communion over sexuality issues, Committee members of the […]

Continue reading about Anglican Communion Standing Committee Gives A Pass to Episcopal Church

Posted by geoconger in Anglican Consultative Council, Church of England Newspaper. trackback The Rev. Canon Janet Trisk of South Africa First published in The Church of England Newspaper. Observance of the Anglican Consultative Council’s bylaws are discretionary, a spokesman for the organization tells The Church of England Newspaper, when they are inconsistent with its political […]

Continue reading about Rules out at ACC: The Church of England Newspaper, July 16, 2010 p 5.