The Spanish Evangelical Alliance on the “pro-LGBT law”

Aug 17, 2017 by

from Evangelical Focus. The full statement responding to a bill expected to be approved by the Spanish Parliament in September 2017. It would strongly restrict freedom of speech and of religion. […] This text of the proposed bill is presented as a progressive initiative to combat hate and...

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Have C of E evangelical leaders suggested that a Rubicon has been crossed?

Aug 15, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. In a recent article, the Church of England Evangelical Council was asked to provide a stronger lead at this time of uncertainty in the Church’s doctrine, governance and direction following July’s General Synod. In an editorial I responded by suggesting that...

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Church of England Evangelical Council will not go along to get along over human sexuality doctrine

Aug 10, 2017 by

from Anglican Ink: Dear DEF members and members of networks represented on CEEC In February of this year (after the January CEEC meeting), Stephen Hofmeyr, CEEC Secretary, wrote to DEF Chairs and Secretaries (you can find the letter on our website) providing information on CEEC’s conversations...

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England’s orthodox Anglicans: agreed on Synod’s implications, divided on what to do.

Aug 1, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. General Synod was, it seems, a shock and a wake-up call to many people. The decision-making body of the Church of England has voted, unequivocally, to condemn the idea that people unhappy with their sexual attraction, lifestyle or identity can seek...

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Gafcon and Evangelical Ministry

Jun 27, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. I’m at the annual Evangelical Ministry Assembly organized by the Proclamation Trust. Around 900 men and women, mostly from Anglican, Baptist and Evangelical Free churches are here at the Barbican Centre in London; the majority are vicars, pastors and church...

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Evangelical Options and Delusions

Jun 24, 2017 by

By Melvin Tinker, Anglican Mainstream. [Editor’s note: This is a response to a piece by David Baker in Evangelicals Now, in which he sets out the case for staying firmly in the Church of England, but is strongly critical of Jesmond’s recent initiative, and sees the Gafcon movement...

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