frgavin on July 31st, 2017

UK: GAFCON bishop loses permission to officiate Bishop of Southwark blocks Bishop Andy Lines from ministry CHURCH OF ENGLAND NEWSPAPER July 28, 2017 GAFCON’s appointment of a missionary bishop to Europe suffered a setback this week after the man they consecrated last month has his permission to officiate in the Diocese of Southwark withdrawn. Such […]

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frgavin on July 24th, 2017

Dr Chik Kaw Tan The decisions taken in the February and July 2017 sessions of the General Synod crossed a line never before reached. Its failure to take note of the definition of marriage as that between ‘one man and one woman in lifelong commitment’, and its embrace of key LGBT agenda (banning so-called ‘conversion […]

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frgavin on July 23rd, 2017

By Ian Paul The General Synod of the Church of England (of which I am a member) met last week in York, and there were many good things about it. We spend most of Saturday afternoon exploring some exciting developments from the ‘centre’ offering resources to dioceses and churches in the task of evangelism and the […]

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By Rollin Grams July 18, 2017   Oscar Wilde’s hilarious play, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest,’ focuses our attention on a particular virtue.  But being earnest does not hold a candle to being right!  Being sincere counts for nothing if one is sincerely wrong.  This, in a word, captures the problem with Eugene Peterson’s The […]

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