Tag Archives: Church of England

Equal marriage – what’s a parish vicar to do?

by Simon Harvey on April 4, 2014 J Jesus’ presence at a wedding party initially seems unremarkable – he simply responded to an invitation. When the celebration was about to be cut short by the lack of wine, he was at first reluctant to help, saying … Continue reading

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An Episcopal Word on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s statements

A word on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s statements The Archbishop of Canterbury has made public statements that reveal at best a lamentable naiveté and at worst both homophobia and colonial thinking. Archbishop Justin Welby has claimed that the Church of … Continue reading

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ABC Interview: Gay Marriage could mean Murder of Christians

Archbishop: Gay Marriage Could Mean Murder Of Christians Friday 4th April 2014 The Archbishop of Canterbury has told LBC that the Church of England embracing same sex marriage could lead to the persecution and murder of Christians elsewhere in the … Continue reading

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The Church in Wales – and ‘Rev.’

Executive Summary Report from the Church in Wales Standing Doctrinal Commission The Church in Wales and Same-Sex Partnerships. The report sets out initially the history of marriage as the background to the discussion of same-sex partnerships. In particular this section … Continue reading

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Peter Ould – A Failed ‘MainStream’ Conference on SSM

Sobering Reading on Changing Attitude’s Blog BY PETER OULD, ON JANUARY 30TH, 2014 Now, as most of you know, this site is not the biggest fan of Changing Attitude, especially Colin Coward’s ongoing attempt to insinuate and allude to the … Continue reading

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The Church has lost its way on the road to gay marriage?

PAUL VALLELY Saturday 29 March 2014 – The Independent The church has lost its way on the road to gay marriage Since Victorian times, when marrying for love became commonplace, this weekend’s change has been inevitable  Ding-dong the bells are … Continue reading

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Gay marriage: a joyous day for respect and love

As the first same-sex couples celebrate their weddings, we salute the new law Observer editorial –  Sunday 30 March 2014 On Friday, for the first time, rainbow flags, the colours of the gay community, flew over two government buildings in London in … Continue reading

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