Monthly Archives: August 2011

Why history says gay people can’t marry

Why history says gay people can’t marry…nor can anyone else* permalink buy this book   Posted on Monday, August 8th, 2011 at 8:33 am (*unless they have kids of their own) By Helen Berry I happened to be in New … Continue reading

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Hungary bans Anglicans

  The Church of England Newspaper http://www.churchnewspaper.com/ August 12, 2011 Hungary has introduced a new law governing the registration of religious groups that critics charge discriminates against minority faiths, and strips St Margaret’s Anglican Church in Budapest of its status … Continue reading

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Saint Paul and the Authority of Women in The Church

On the mid-Aegean coast of Turkey, half-way up the northern slope of the Bülbüldag and high above the excavations of ancient Ephesus, is a long, narrow shrine-cave. On your immediate right as you enter its 50-foot length is a fresco depicting … Continue reading

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Bp.of Manchester – on the U.K. Riots

Bishop contrasts ‘thuggery’ of vandals with soldiers’ sacrifice by Ed Thornton Street cleaners: Bishop McCulloch (far right) meets a clear-up team on the streets of Manchester on Wednesday, after the previous night’s rioting DIOCESE OF MANCHESTER THE Bishop of Manchester, … Continue reading

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ZIMBABWE – Justice for the Church?

Zimbabwe high court awards custody of church properties to excommunicated bishop By ACNS staff, August 10, 2011 Anglican priests and their families in Zimbabwe may face eviction following a high court ruling awarding custodianship of Anglican church properties to excommunicated … Continue reading

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CONFERENCE: ‘The Future(s) of Anglicanism’

Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th September Bishop Gregory Cameron, Jonathan Clatworthy, Bishop GayleHarris Simon Sarmiento, Anne Stevens, Peter Francis Is there a distinctive Anglican ethos and does it still survive? What does Anglicanism stand for? Is Anglicanism in danger of … Continue reading

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