Monthly Archives: August 2013

Church of England: Is error really better than uncertainty?

Many people like religious as well as political leaders to be clear and decisive, even if they are sometimes wrong. However Christian faith is primarily about love and trust in a living God, rather than the pretence of certainty on … Continue reading

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Reconciling ABC – Moves out to the Muslim Community

Home > Other News Abp Welby on Eid Al-Fitr: Let us build deep and lasting ties with each other Posted on: August 9, 2013 4:13 PM The Archbishop offers Ramadan greetings to Muslim leaders at Central Jamia Masjid mosque, Southall, London, 22 … Continue reading

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Canterbury Archbishop ‘uplifted by all traditions’

by Ed Thornton – ‘Church Times‘  Posted: 09 Aug 2013 @ 12:07 GRAHAM HOWARD “00Heaven”: above: pilgrims on the Youth Pilgrimage to Walsingham, last week THE Archbishop of Canterbury said this week that he felt “encouraged and uplifted by all traditions” in the … Continue reading

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Australian Primate welcomes new Sydney Archbishop

Home > Oceania Primate congratulates new Sydney Archbishop Posted on: August 7, 2013 11:53 AM Bishop Davies and his wife Di Photo Credit: photos courtesy of glenndavies.net Related Categories: Abp Aspinall, Australia, Bishop Davies, Sydney The Anglican Primate of Australia, Archbishop Phillip Aspinall, has congratulated Dr … Continue reading

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Sydney Anglicans elect new leader

From Eternity Newspaper NEWS | John Sandeman Tuesday 6 August 2013 Sydney Anglicans have elected Glenn Davies as their new Archbishop. Dr Davies replaces Dr Peter Jensen who held the post for 12 years. He is a familiar face for … Continue reading

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SYDNEY: And the winner is … decidedly male (Bishop Glen Davies?)

Two priests vie to be next Archbishop of Sydney By JULIA BAIRD  WA Today http://www.watoday.com.au/ August 3, 2013 Churchmen make awkward politicians. “The one thing that your readers must understand,” the two priests sitting in front of me, dressed in … Continue reading

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Why millennials are leaving the church – CNN

Why millennials are leaving the church Opinion by Rachel Held Evans, Special to CNN (CNN) – At 32, I barely qualify as a millennial. I wrote my first essay with a pen and paper, but by the time I graduated from college, I … Continue reading

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Demythologising Pride

By Benny Hazlehurst Accepting Evangelicals “Why do gay people want to flaunt their sexuality?” That was a comment posted on my Facebook page recently after I mentioned this summer’s London Pride parade. And who could blame him? The media representation … Continue reading

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New F.i.F. Bishop Appointed to Ebbsfleet in England

New Bishop of Ebbsfleet is announced 10 Downing Street has announced: The Queen has approved the nomination of the Reverend Canon Jonathan Michael Goodall, BMus, Archbishop of Canterbury’s Personal Chaplain and Ecumenical Secretary at Lambeth Palace, to the Suffragan See … Continue reading

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