Monthly Archives: August 2017

Pride 17 Bishop Of Liverpool

  Vikki-Marie Gaynor Published on Aug 2, 2017 The amazing opening from a very passionate member of the Church, With this inspiring speech that allowed over 8000 Walkers to tour this amazing city, TO SHOW ITS SUPPORT AND LOVE FOR … Continue reading

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Is the Bible Fake News?

Source: Is the Bible Fake News? This article from Bishop Jake Owensby deserves critical scrutiny – especially by Biblical literalists. This bishop of the Church believes in the love and mercy of the God and Father of our Lord Jesus … Continue reading

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Religious Right defines its own version of Christianity

The wrong message on same sex marriage: Coren The Christian right is becoming more and not less strident. For them the issue of LGBTQ equality is the litmus test of faith. Eugene Peterson lectures at University Presbyterian Church in Seattle, … Continue reading

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Archbishop Ngtagali leading the Exodus?

Anglican splits over sexuality as Uganda’s archbishop boycotts October’s Primates meeting 3rd August 2017guideNews Updates Worldwide FacebookTwitterGoogle+WhatsAppEmailFacebook MessengerInschrijven The Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali, has said that he will not attend the next gathering of Anglican Primates in October because of … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court rules on church dispute

ENS has this report by Mary Frances Schjonberg South Carolina Supreme Court issues ruling in church property case. In a complex ruling Aug. 2 the South Carolina Supreme Court said that most but not all the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina congregations whose … Continue reading

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Sermon by Fr.Kelvin, Dean of St.Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow

Should straight people be allowed to get married – a sermon preached on 30 July 2017 by Kelvin The question that remains with me after all these years of debate about marriage has still not been resolved, even after this year’s General … Continue reading

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