Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Guardian – Anglicare Australia’s concern about Sydney $1 Million

Anglicare faces internal ructions over Sydney diocese $1m no campaign donation Anglican church charity acknowledges ‘real and deep hurt and anger’ and urges people to continue to seek help from it  Sydney Anglican archbishop Glenn Davies directly linked the anti-same-sex … Continue reading

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A Jaundiced view of the Primates Meeting from Gregory Venables

GLOBAL NEWS – (VIRTUE-ON-LINE ?) The primatial summit of 33 archbishops meeting in Canterbury is over. And, like most summits that we have come to know and see, there are two very opposing views on what really took place there. … Continue reading

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Cambridge Theologian on the Place for Liberals in The Church

A “Safe Space” for Liberalism? Posted on October 9, 2017by Jayne Ozanne by the Revd Dr Jeremy Morris, Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge Do you describe yourself as a Liberal?  I don’t mean in the party political sense, but as a ‘Liberal Christian’, … Continue reading

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Sydney diocese donates $1 million to No campaign

Buzzfeed has reported: The Sydney Anglican Diocese Gave $1 Million To The “No” Campaign. The Anglican Diocese of Sydney has donated $1 million to the “no” campaign in Australia’s postal survey on same-sex marriage. Archbishop of Sydney Glenn Davies announced the hefty … Continue reading

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Gravitational Waves – a Changing Universe & Faith

Gravitational Waves Colin Coward  October 6, 2017 This week the Nobel prize in physics was awarded to three American physicists for the first observations of gravitational waves, ripples in the fabric of spacetime that were anticipated by Albert Einstein a … Continue reading

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Is subsidiarity the route to Anglicanism’s salvation?

Extract from ‘THEOREO‘ –  (5 Oct 2017) If it is accepted that human sexuality is a second order doctrinal issue, and hence also a second order ecclesial issue, then the possibility exists to promote the principle of subsidiarity as the … Continue reading

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Gpod News from Canterbuiry – Primates Meeting

Anglican primates leave Canterbury “refreshed and renewed” after “best” Primates’ Meeting Posted on: October 6, 2017 8:47 PM Related Categories: Abp Idowu-Fearon, Abp Kwong, Abp Sapit, Abp Welby, Anglican Communion, Canterbury Cathedral, Communique, Global, Primates-2017 The leaders of 33 Anglican provinces are returning to their home churches “refreshed and … Continue reading

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Gavin Ashenden – Another Under-Cover Bishop to the U.K.

Gavin Ashenden was in fact consecrated a bishop four years ago – while still a chaplain to the Queen  Ruth Gledhill EDITOR 05 October 2017 | 10:28 AM Gavin Ashenden, former chaplain to the Queen, was consecrated a bishop in 2013 when … Continue reading

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SEC Primus Briefs A.C. Primates on S/S Marriage

Scottish Episcopal Church Primus briefs primates on same-sex marriage decision Posted on: October 3, 2017 5:36 PM The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby briefs journalists on the Primates’ Meeting on Tuesday Afternoon in the Canterbury Cathedral Lodge. Photo Credit: ACNS … Continue reading

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Social Media and Teen Behaviour

Is social media preventing teens from smoking, drinking and taking drugs? 3 Oct, 2017 7:40pm  3 minutes to read Kiwi teenagers’ risky behaviours have declined since the 1990s and researchers aren’t sure why. NZ Herald Modern Kiwi teenagers have turned … Continue reading

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