Monthly Archives: July 2013

‘Anglican Mainstream’ (Slipstream?) : A View on Same-Sex Marriage

Anglican Mainstream: “Standing Our Ground” on Marriage from here A reflection following the passing of the same-sex marriage bill. Vinay Samuel and Chris Sugden In a democracy, what happens when a view, previously supported by the majority becomes a minority … Continue reading

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GAFCON Primate declares other Provinces guilty of ‘False Teaching’

KENYA: Archbishop Eliud Wabukala Writes on State of Anglican Communion July 4, 2013 Eliud Wabukala To the Faithful of the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans and friends from Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, Primate of Kenya and Chairman of the GAFCON Primates’ … Continue reading

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GAFCON-Backed Recife Faction Dispossessed by Brazilian Court

Brazilian court rules against Recife breakaway diocese The News Service of the Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil reports: Court Orders Return of Churches to the Anglican Diocese of Recife / Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil” After a long judicial battle … Continue reading

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A Comment on ‘Fulcrum’ re article on ‘Gay Marriage’

” – Posted by: Richard W Monday 22 July 2013 – 08:51am “George, Thanks for your excellent long post. Just to pick up on a couple of points. it ever explained what was supposed to be unequal about the situation … Continue reading

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Pope Francis affirms Gay people – ‘Tablet’ News

Pope Francis in 80-minute Q and A: ‘Who am I to judge gay people?’ 29 July 2013 Pope Francis has said that gay people should not be judged, and that gay men can be priests. Pope Francis told reporters aboard … Continue reading

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‘The Observer’ on the state of the Church of England

Perhaps no amount of political finesse could disguise the reality of an established church that, after the 2012 vote, seems either fatally wounded or hopelessly irrelevant. The Reverend Lucy Winkett, who might have been expected to become a woman bishop, … Continue reading

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‘The Telegraph’: Interview with the Archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop Justin Welby: ‘I was embarrassed. It was like getting measles’ Forty years ago, Justin Welby was an unhappy pupil at Eton. Now, a relaxed Archbishop of Canterbury, he relives his unsettling moment of conversion and his wounded past Archbishop … Continue reading

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