Monthly Archives: November 2014

Another Evangelical Educator recants his former prejudice against LGBTs

“NOBODY IS INNOCENT”: DAVID GUSHEE ON SEXUAL ETHICS, SUFFERING, AND FULL INCLUSION FOR LGBT CHRISTIANS David Gushee is either a heretic or a hero, depending on which side of the theological spectrum you tend to inhabit—there will certainly be no middle … Continue reading

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ABC Addresses General Synod re Challenges to the Anglican Communion

Archbishop Welby: the Anglican Communion’s challenges and the way forward Posted on: November 17, 2014 3:54 PM “The potential of the Communion under God is beyond anything we can imagine or think about” – Abp Welby Photo Credit: Church of … Continue reading

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Women Bishops Now Lawful in the Church of England

Home > Europe & Middle East Legislation on Women Bishops Becomes Law at General Synod Posted on: November 17, 2014 3:46 PM by A.C.N.S. Related Categories: England, iawn, Synod, women bishops [CofE] The General Synod has today enacted the measure … Continue reading

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Church Severed from Baptist Convention over LGBT Inclusion

PASTOR OF KENTUCKY CHURCH SEVERED FROM BAPTISTS OVER LGBT INCLUSION: NOT ACTIVISM, JUST HONESTY 6 On November 11 Kentucky’s Southern Baptists voted overwhelmingly at their annual state meeting to sever ties with the historically important Crescent Hill Baptist Church in … Continue reading

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ex-Anglicans now 10% of the R C. Parish Clergy in England & Wales

England can break new ground 13 November 2014 It is estimated that one in 10 priests in diocesan ministry in the Catholic Church in England and Wales began his priestly vocation in the Church of England. Many of them are … Continue reading

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SEC. celebrates TEC’s Origins in Scotland 225 Years Ago

We love you, American Episcopalians! by Kelvin 14 November, 2014 – Two hundred and twenty five years ago today, something special happened in Aberdeen. Two hundred and twenty five years ago today, Anglicanism in the USA was set ablaze with the consecration … Continue reading

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Pope Francis demotes Conservative Cardinal Burke

“DE-RATZINGERIZATION” CONTINUES AS POPE FRANCIS REMOVES CONSERVATIVE CARDINAL BURKE Pope Francis finally dropped the long-expected axe on Cardinal Raymond Burke, one of the curia’s cultural warriors-in-chief, on Saturday. Burke was removed from the powerful position of head of the Apostolic … Continue reading

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