Monthly Archives: July 2011

CANTERBURY reacts to Anglican Mission in England

Anglican Mission in England: Lambeth Palace statement A statement from Lambeth Palace Tuesday 5th July 2011 The announcement of the creation an ‘Anglican Mission in England’ prompts concern for a number of reasons. New mission initiatives are, as such, always … Continue reading

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Reviewing Church of England policy on sexuality

Savi Hensman has written for Ekklesia about the recent statement by the House of Bishops of the Church of England. The article is entitled Addressing sexuality truthfully in the Church of England. The Church of England is to review its policies on sexuality. As … Continue reading

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COVENANT or KOINONIA? – Tobias Haller

Thought for 06.30.11 The proposed Anglican Covenant threatens to destabilize, deface or destroy the one thing of value that Anglicanism has to offer: our polity as a comparatively loose fellowship of self-governing churches. Anglicans have little to offer world Christendom … Continue reading

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FIVE BISHOPS to invade the Church of England

            UK: Group names five bishops ready to defy diocesans by Ed Thornton Church Times July 1, 2011 Plaque unveiled: the Archbishop of Kenya, Dr Eliud Wabukala (left), and Dr Williams, with the Kenyan Prime Minister, Raila … Continue reading

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