Monthly Archives: March 2015

Alternative ‘Anglican’ Church in England

Anglican Mission in England This organisation has a new website. Some extracts will give readers the flavour: What is AMiE? The Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) is a mission society that seeks to promote gospel growth in areas covered by … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Fr. Joe Cassidy – Principal of St.Chad’s, Durham

Joe Cassidy It is with much sadness that we have learned that the Revd Canon Joe Cassidy died yesterday, 28 March, after a short illness. He was 60. Joe was a frequent commenter on this Thinking Anglicans blog, and also … Continue reading

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‘FULCRUM’ Event: Is the C. of E. Doomed to Fail?

Is the Church of England drinking in the last chance saloon? An invitation to discuss the future at our next Pivot^Point event on Thursday 16th April… Dear Fulcrum Subscriber, We realise this is a very busy time of year for many. But … Continue reading

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Jesus: “Go and sin no more” – or else??

6 Reasons Stone-Throwing Christians May Need To Retire “Go And Sin No More” MARCH 18, 2015 / JOHNDPAV It’s one of the classic contemporary go-to Christian social media rebuttals. Whenever two followers of Jesus are engaged in a debate about showing love to … Continue reading

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C.of E. Theologians protest at Devolution of T.E. to Dioceses

Changes in training prompt resignation and protest letter by Madeleine Davies – ‘CHURCH TIMES’ – Posted: 27 Mar 2015 @ 12:12  LAMBETH PALACE Envisaging problems: Dr Sarah Coakley A PROPOSAL to devolve decision-making about ministerial training to the dioceses, opposed by 17 … Continue reading

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Holy Thursday/Good Friday – a Disciple’s Reflection

+ You knew your hour had come, Lord, when you asked us all to share with you in one last meal. So, in the room we gathered – innocent of what it was you wanted us to know about your … Continue reading

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Judas – and the Pilgrimage to Nowhere

Pilgrimage to nowhere 26 March 2015 by Peter Stanford – ‘THE TABLET’ There has long been an ambivalence about the man who was both the ultimate betrayer and the means by which God’s plan was fulfilled. The author of a new … Continue reading

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