Monthly Archives: November 2012

Renegade Bishop Kunonga Evicted by Zimbabwe Police

Police evict Kunonga from offices Posted: 30 Nov 2012 @ 00:42 by Pat Ashworth AP (‘Church Times article) Resisted: Nolbert Kunonga, left, leaves the Anglican Church in Harare,  on Wednesday POLICE in Harare on Wednesday forcibly evicted Nolbert Kunonga, the excommunicated former … Continue reading

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‘Affirming Catholics’ – Response to Archbishops’ Council

28.11.12 Reaction to Archbishops’ Council Affirming Catholicism Press Statement – 29 November 2012 Affirming Catholicism welcomes the statement issued on the conclusion of the Meeting of the Archbishops’ Council on 27-28 November 2012, and the decision that a process to … Continue reading

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Archbishops Council Statement on women Bishops

Archbishops’ Council Statement on Women Bishops “The Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England met on November 27-28th to consider a wide ranging agenda. A substantial amount of time was given over to the discussion of the recent vote by General … Continue reading

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Rebels in TEC : the “Anglican Communion Institute”

We disagree with those among you who think the Presiding Bishop and her agents have done no wrong. As our Appendix demonstrates, the evidence is overwhelming that they have violated canons and engaged in discussions deceitfully. We disagree with those … Continue reading

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Another Australian View on the women Bishops Saga

The triumph of the radicals: Women bishops and the Church of England Bruce KayeABC RELIGION AND ETHICS27 NOV 2012 THE GENERAL SYNOD DECISION ON WOMEN BISHOPS REVEALS THAT THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND HAS EFFECTIVELY BEEN HELD HOSTAGE BY THE RADICAL FRINGE. SEE … Continue reading

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Top Ten Reasons Why Men Should Not be Ordained Clergy

May 13, 2012 By Ben Witherington Top 10 Reasons Why Men Shouldn’t Be Ordained (Kudos to Jason Jackson for this). 10. A man’s place is in the army. 9. For men who have children, their duties might distract them from … Continue reading

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A Melbourne View on Anglican Women Bishops

Rejection of women bishops is not terminal ANDREW MCGOWAN NOVEMBER 25, 2012 There have been two remarkable, historic events in recent weeks in the Anglican Communion’s struggle with the question of women’s ordination as bishops. Last Saturday the Rev. Ellinah Wamukoya … Continue reading

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