Is Richard Rohr a heretic?

Feb 21, 2018 by

By Ian Paul, Psephizo. [Editor’s note: this is important because of the growing popularity of Rohr’s teaching among Christians in the English speaking West who are looking for something less inconvenient and apparently more “deep” than re-statement of historic biblical...

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The Heresies of Jayne Ozanne

Feb 15, 2018 by

by Melvin Tinker, Anglican Ink: If one is to claim that a certain teaching is heretical, we need to be clear what we mean by the term. Alister McGrath writes, ‘Heresy arises through accepting a basic cluster of Christian beliefs- yet interpreting them in such a way that inconsistency...

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Is the Church of England a Gnostic Sect?

Jul 22, 2017 by

by David W Virtue, VOL: True apostolic succession. Almost deafened by the babel of voices in the contemporary church, how are we to decide whom to follow? The answer is: we must test them all by the teaching of the apostles of Jesus Christ. ‘Peace and mercy’ will be on the church when...

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Why Pelagianism matters (including for the Church of England)

Jul 19, 2017 by

by Matthew Roberts: At last week’s C of E General Synod, Synod member Jayne Ozanne presented an argument for her motion for the C of E to ban ‘gay conversion therapy’ which began with these remarkable words: ‘The Bible teaches us that we are each fearfully and wonderfully made (Ps.139.14), and...

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Richard Rohr – Is His Teaching Biblical?

Apr 26, 2017 by

By Jane Krammer, Anglican Mainstream[1]. This paper has been researched and written as a result of a deep concern over those Christian friends who have turned away from a more biblically based Christian faith to follow the teachings of Richard Rohr and the Center for Action and Contemplation. Many...

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The ongoing influence of ‘new Gnosticism’ among C of E evangelicals

Apr 25, 2017 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Perhaps two decades ago, new postmodern teachings and ways of doing church began to gain a following among many evangelicals in the English speaking world. They were characterized by calls for “generous orthodoxy”, and their questioning of traditional...

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