DC Episcopalians Opt for Open Borders and Transgenderism, Eschew Gendered Pronouns for God

Feb 3, 2018 by

by Jeffrey Walton, Juicy Ecumenism: A trifecta of resolutions introduced and passed by the Episcopal Diocese of Washington’s annual convention confirm a further politicized and progressive direction in which the denomination is headed. Embracing progressive themes, delegates to The 123rd Diocesan...

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Groundbreaking Research on Episcopal Spiritual Vitality Reveals a “Hungry” Church

Jan 30, 2018 by

by David W Virtue, Virtueonline: Episcopalians, apparently, want to grow spiritually. Research from over 200 congregations and 12,000 Episcopalians conducted by Forward Movement was summarized recently in a published paper rooted in extensive work on spiritual growth and vitality. This begs the...

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Fort Worth in impaired communion with some ACNA dioceses

Nov 17, 2017 by

by Jack Iker, Anglican Ink: The second event on the Provincial level is the completion of the five-year study of the Task Force on Holy Orders, concerning the ordination of women, and the meeting of the College of Bishops to discuss the report for the first time at a conclave in Victoria, British...

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Four markers reveal why the collapse of the Episcopal Church is inevitable

Oct 2, 2017 by

by David W Virtue, DD, VOL: Recent statistics (2016) on the state of The Episcopal Church offer insights not normally tapped by the media, but looked at more closely, reveal a Church in faster decline than initially thought. There are four distinct demographic markers and they include: Aging...

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Episcopal Church Still Skidding Downhill

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Jeffrey Walton, Juicy Ecumenism: Updated statistics made available today by the Episcopal Church General Convention Office show a denomination continuing a sustained decline in 2016 to 1,745,156 domestic members. The U.S.-based denomination shed 34,179 members, a decline of 1.9 percent, while...

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How the Alt-Left Destroyed the Episcopal Church

Sep 1, 2017 by

by David W Virtue, VOL: NEWS ITEM: Of all full-time clergy in TEC, 55.4 percent are older than 55, and almost 80 percent of all full-time clergy in TEC are older than 45. Particularly noteworthy are the figures for Millennial clergy, ….who comprise roughly 6 percent of all full-time clergy...

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