frgavin on August 30th, 2011

. In a report issued this morning, the Committee to Elect a Bishop of the Diocese of New York announced the names of the five individuals that it will formally nominate at the Convention to Elect a Bishop to be held at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City on […]

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Letter to the Church of Ireland Gazette Bishop Jefferts Schori’s comparison of Zimbabwe with San Joaquin and Fort Worth is disgraceful and outrageous (Gazette report, 12th August, page 1). In 2007 and 2008, the Diocesan Conventions of San Joaquin and Fort Worth voted overwhelmingly to leave the US Episcopal Church ( TEC). In both cases, […]

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frgavin on August 29th, 2011

Conservative church leaders demanded a heresy trial for the pastor, but the denomination decided that Hendrikse’s views are too commonly held to be considered out of bounds. In other words, the church has embraced a straightforward form of atheism within its own ranks — and among its own ministers. A church that lacks the doctrinal […]

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frgavin on August 29th, 2011

George Conger in CoE Newspaper The former Primate of Central Africa has been appointed chairman by the Malawi government of the mediation team tasked with finding an amicable solution to the country’s political crisis. However, opposition leaders and the media have questioned the independence and effectiveness of the Presidential Contact and Dialogue Group (PCDG), noting […]

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frgavin on August 29th, 2011

COMMENTARY By David Virtue When Archbishop Robert Duncan, Primate of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), inaugurated his new Anglican province, he did an extraordinary thing. He invited two men to stand with him who, in effect, represented the boundaries of what he understood orthodox Anglicanism to be. The first was Archbishop Jonah, […]

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From Barnabas Fund Iranian authorities have seized 6,500 Bibles in their latest efforts to block the spread of the Gospel in the strongly Islamic country. Announcing the seizure, which took place between Zanjan and Abhar in the north-west of Iran, a parliamentary advisor said that Christian missionaries were trying to deceive people, especially Iranian youth. […]

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frgavin on August 25th, 2011

by Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow Several well-known researchers recently made unexpected arguments on pedophilia at an academic conference in Baltimore. Liberty Counsel Action‘s Matt Barber attended the conference and says he felt he was on a different planet, as the presenting professionals aimed to remove pedophilia from the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual […]

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