The missionary roots of liberal democracy

Jan 23, 2015 by

Evangelicals Now February 2014 Archbishop Welby has just completed 149,000 miles with his wife Caroline in visits to all 38 provinces of the Anglican Communion. He told the Times (Dec 6 2014):” Will there be an Anglican Communion [in thirty years time]? Very, very likely indeed. But it will look very different.” He was interested and surprised to find that being part of the Anglican Communion enabled Christians to have contact with government and local leaders, even when they were very small...

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Anglican Unscripted Episode 153

Jan 19, 2015 by

The Revd Peter Ould returns with updates on the Church of England.

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ADVERTISEMENT All Saints’ Cathedral, Cairo, Egypt, seeks Minister for English-speaking congregations...

Dec 15, 2014 by

  The Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa is seeking to fill a post of Minister for the English Speaking Congregations of All Saints’ Cathedral serving multi-cultural and multidenominational congregations in the heart of Cairo. We are seeking an ordained evangelical Anglican priest with a missionary vision, developed teaching and pastoring gifts, and a team builder who has cultural sensitivity.   Please contact the following person for further details: Contact:...

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Anglican Unscripted Episode 142

Dec 3, 2014 by

Kevin and George discuss ‘Is the church about to reunify?’

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Reconfiguring the Anglican Communion without Archbishop Welby’s input?

Oct 22, 2014 by

By Barbara Gauthier: On October 3rd, Archbishop of Canterbury said that the Anglican Church in North America was not Anglican and definitely not part of the Anglican Communion.  The next day, the Diocese of NW Australia recognized the ACNA “as a member church of the Anglican Communion, in full communion with Diocese of North West Australia.”  On October 9th, seven primates of the Anglican Communion welcomed Archbishop Foley Beach of the ACNA as “an archbishop and fellow...

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Who’s to say who’s Anglican?

Oct 15, 2014 by

By Barbara Gauthier: At Thursday’s investiture service for Archbishop Foley Beach, seven Global South primates gathered around the leader of the ACNA, laid their hands upon him in prayer and then proclaimed together, “Foley Beach, we receive you as an archbishop and a primate of the Anglican Communion.”  Their declaration stood in sharp contrast to Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s statement just six days earlier in an interview with the Church of Ireland Gazette:...

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