Open letter Call to the Archbishop of York for Repentance

Jul 24, 2017 by

An Open Letter containing a Resolution from St John, Newland PCC, 17th July 2017   To his Grace, the Archbishop of York,   The PCC considers the response by the Archbishop of York to Mrs Andrea Williams’ amendment of Item 48 at the July General Synod of the Church of England, 2017, in...

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The Lights Go Out

Jul 21, 2017 by

by Charles Gardner, Prophecy Today: A great tragedy has befallen the Church of England, whose Synod (parliament) has just completed a session in the ancient city of York. It could well be argued that, as a result of decisions made there, the lights have gone out and the glory has departed. Having...

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Fundamental shifts in the General Synod

Jul 21, 2017 by

by Dr Chik Kaw Tan, GAFCON: The decisions taken in the February and July 2017 sessions of the General Synod crossed a line never before reached. Its failure to take note of the definition of marriage as that between ‘one man and one woman in lifelong commitment’, and its embrace of key LGBT agenda...

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Controversial motions ‘should not have been debated’

Jul 20, 2017 by

CEN 20 July 2017 THE TWO motions at this month’s General Synod on gay ‘conversion therapy’ and welcoming transgender Christians should never have been debated. That was the view of the Rev Dr Ian Paul, Synod member for Nottingham and Southwell. He claimed that they ‘consumed disproportionate...

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Anglican Unscripted #308 – CofE vs the Rebel Alliance

Jul 19, 2017 by

Kevin Kallsen and Gavin Ashenden discuss the recent Anglican Unity Forum presided by the bishop of the Free Church of England, John Fenwick, in which a group of people met together and signed a statement expressing dissatisfaction with the direction in which General Synod appeared to be going, and...

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New Anglican cracks emerge as rebel clergy group say Synod ‘crossed a line’ on sexuality issues

Jul 19, 2017 by

by James Macintyre, Christian Today: Rebel conservative Anglican clergy have signed a document saying that the General Synod ‘crossed a line’ when it voted to condemn so-called gay ‘conversion therapy’ and to consider liturgical support to Christians who...

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