by Charles Raven “There have been other discussions of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s theology, but this is the first serious attempt to link it with his ecclesiastical policy. The parallel seems to be drawn very tellingly.” The Revd Dr Roger Beckwith, formerly warden of Latimer House, Oxford. “Charles Raven has provided convincing evidence about the […]

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By STEVE DOUGHTY The first ever official count of the gay population has found that only one in 100 adults is homosexual. The figure explodes the assumption  –  long promoted by social experts and lobbyists  –  that the number is up to ten times higher than this at one in ten. And in further evidence […]

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frgavin on September 28th, 2010

This press release was issued on 23 September 2010. Advance Notice: Anglican Church of Southern Africa Synod of Bishops 27-29 September, Provincial Synod 29 September to 2 October The Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA) will hold its twice-yearly meeting of the Synod of Bishops from 27 to 29 September, at the Kopanong Conference Centre, […]

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Orthodox Anglican Primates have said they will not appear if she is there By David W. Virtue www.virtueonline.org Sept. 22, 2010 A number of African Archbishops including a Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern Presiding Bishop meeting recently in Entebbe said they would no longer attend any gathering of Primates called by the Archbishop of Canterbury […]

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frgavin on September 26th, 2010

Order your Hard Copy Here full text in the Publication called : The Way the Truth and the Life. Russell Powell The National Synod of the Anglican Church has voted to commend the study of the Jerusalem Declaration, formulated at GAFCON in 2008. Synod also wants churches to consider the Anglican Covenant, put forward by […]

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frgavin on September 21st, 2010

When Robert Runcie visited Pope John Paul II in Rome in October 1989 one of his concerns was to elucidate the theme of universal primacy. Just over a decade before in 1977 the third Agreed Statement of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission proposed that a unified Christian Church needed a universal primacy, and the Bishop […]

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Stephen Glover writes in Mail Online: Only a few days ago we were being assured by many voices on the BBC that Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Britain might well turn out to be a damp squib. It was widely predicted that few would turn out to see him. Some even suggested that protests against […]

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