Anglican Unscripted #372 – Gatiss – Stott – Beach – Graham

Feb 22, 2018 by

Kevin Kallsen and Gavin Ashenden discuss the bringing together of Church Society, Reform, and Fellowship of Word and Spirit, with the wider implications of the failure to include other Anglican groups. ...

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The Gospel and the Catholic Church – A conference discussing Anglican Patrimony today

Jan 23, 2018 by

A message from Bishops John Hind and Michael Nazir-Ali: The impetus for this conference began in the 80th anniversary year of Michael Ramsey’s “The Gospel and the Catholic Church”. This suggested the possibility of a conference to consider the inheritance of traditional Anglicanism and the...

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A New Year’s Diocesan Resolution?

Jan 3, 2018 by

by Charles Raven, Evangelicals Now: It is again the time when New Year’s resolutions are made, even though experience tells us that they are often short lived. Perhaps part of the problem is that we are too individualistic and good intentions without the support and accountability of others are...

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2018: A year of hope for the Anglican Communion?

Jan 3, 2018 by

by David W Virtue, VOL: 2017 has mercifully come to an end with a communion sadly more divided now than it was under Rowan Williams. Archbishop Justin Welby has failed miserably to reconcile polarizing forces, with one side determined to keep the communion on the doctrinal straight and narrow...

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What is an Anglican? (Updated)

Dec 21, 2017 by

See more recent posts at the bottom: Gafcon Chairman’s December 2017 letter (in which he says that AMiE is part of the Anglican Communion) Defining Unity: what makes Anglicans Anglican anyway? By David Baker, Christian Today Statement of full communion with the ACNA from the Global South Anglican...

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Who decides membership in the Anglican Communion? Not the Secretary General of the ACC!

Dec 16, 2017 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: “It is simply not true to say that ACNA is part of the Anglican Communion,” he [Idowu-Fearon] said. “To be part of the Communion, a province needs to be in communion with the See of Canterbury and to be a member of the Instruments of the Communion. ACNA is not in...

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