Anglican Voices from England

May 23, 2017 by

 Two different views from orthodox Anglicans on the future of the Church of England. Interview with Lee Gatiss on Anglican TV: “by no means is it inevitable that we will capitulate to a liberal trajectory”. “how hard would it be to appoint suffragan Bishops…if there was the will to help us...

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“Order! Order!”: Reflections on The Jesmond Consecration

May 13, 2017 by

by Andrew Goddard, Fulcrum: As evangelicals we have, generally, been strong on the crucial task of defending the faith but less careful and serious about articulating and upholding order.  However, faith and order, though distinct, cannot be separated.  Disregard for good order is a serious matter...

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Church of England schism: a timely new reformation or tit-for-tat boundary pushing?

May 12, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: On 31st October 1517, an obscure Catholic monk called Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of All Saints’, the Castle Church in Wittenberg, protesting at the sale of indulgences and other abuses – an event taken as marking the beginning of the Protestant...

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Blueprint for Church schism revealed as conservative Christian leaders plot separate Anglican structure

May 10, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: A blueprint for schism seen by Christian Today reveals extensive plans by conservative evangelicals to form a rival Anglican structure to the Church of England in the UK. The proposals, born out of concerns about liberal teachings on homosexuality, include...

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An Abundance of Benedict Options

May 4, 2017 by

by John Meinert, Crisis Magazine: The last few years we have seen a lively debate and discussion over how Christian believers should interact with our increasingly secular and hostile culture. These different possibilities have come to be known as “options.” The most famous is certainly the...

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Liberal Christianity is the Suicide of the Mind

May 1, 2017 by

by John Zmirak, The Stream: Wonder why the world appears to be going bonkers? An old pagan expression goes, “Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” Since there’s just the one God, and He doesn’t hold petty grudges like Zeus or Odin, this needs a little revision. But then it will...

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