frgavin on October 10th, 2016

In this piece, Dr Joe Boot, Christian Concern’s Wilberforce Director, writes about Channel Four’s “skillful” video collaboration with Andrew Cain. The short video carefully depicts a culturally marxist ‘justice’ narrative of a victimised homosexual vicar persecuted by his bishops who do not endorse his actions or beliefs. He says it is time for the church to respond […]

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frgavin on October 9th, 2016

By Peter Jensen http://gafcon.org/2016/10/unity-the-real-and-the-counterfeit/ There is only one Church of Jesus Christ, his Body and his Bride. In the upper room before his death he prayed that the Father would glorify him (John 17:1-5), that the Father would sanctify his Apostles in the Truth (John 17:6-19) and that his Church may be one, so that […]

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Issues Facing Missions Today 62:  Rev Fr Rollin Grams Introduction When the Church becomes a mirror of the culture, it becomes irrelevant to the culture.  Its youth drift away, its numbers decline.  It throws its angelic visitors and own daughters out to the horde of Sodom knocking at its door.  When the Scriptures are used in […]

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frgavin on October 4th, 2016

The Parable of the Hyena at Night [continuing modern parables for the Anglican Communion–and others facing similar issues] By Rollin Grams http://bibleandmission.blogspot.com.eg/2016/10/the-parable-of-hyena-at-night.html#links The disciples were walking south along a hedgerow on their way to Brecon. One of them remarked on the lovely view of the Brecon Beacons in the distance. Another commented on how they […]

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frgavin on October 4th, 2016

Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, the chairman of Gafcon, was the preacher at the opening communion service of the Global South Conference in All Saints Cathedral Cairo on Monday October 3rd, presided over by the chairman of the Global South, Archbishop Mouneer Anis.

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