It’s Not about Sex

May 7, 2015 by

By The Rev. Dr. Frank Larisey, Episcopalians for Traditional Faith (Hat Tip: Ancient Briton) […]  This process of undermining the authority of the Bible took a long time to infiltrate the top leadership of The Episcopal Church, but it did. Bishops of The Episcopal Church, who believed in this “modern” view of Scripture, worked slowly and steadily to bring liberal seminary deans to most of their seminaries. These liberal deans then worked hard to hire more liberal professors....

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Nominees announced for Presiding Bishop

May 4, 2015 by

From  Anglican Ink: The Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop May 1 announced the names of the bishops it will nominate this summer to succeed Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori. The four names will be formally submitted to the General Convention during a joint session on June 26, the day prior to the day set for the election by the House of Bishops of the 27th presiding bishop. The nominees are: The Rt. Rev. Thomas Breidenthal, 64, Diocese of Southern...

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AU 173 – GAFCON in the News

Apr 29, 2015 by

From Anglican Unscripted: Kevin and George discuss the ‘reimagination of the Episcopal Church’ following the election of a new Presiding Bishop after Katherine Jefferts-Schori’s campaign of lawsuits and intimidation which gave birth to the ACNA.  They attempt to set the record straight on what actually happened at the recent GAFCON meeting following wildly inaccurate reporting from the secular press – and indeed some of the Christian media.  AMiE comes under scrutiny,...

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The Episcopal Church and the New Episcopal Church

Apr 17, 2015 by

Mark McCall & Christopher Seitz, Anglican Ink: In 2013 an “Ecclesiology Committee of the House of Bishops” produced something they called “A Primer on the Government of the Episcopal Church and its underlying theology.” We have evaluated the document in detail at the Anglican Communion Institute website. Recently the document appeared again, this time at a House of Bishops meeting in North Carolina (See the weblog of Bishop Dan Martins).What is the purpose of trying to secure a place for...

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Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori invited to preach, celebrate Holy Week i...

Apr 1, 2015 by

At the invitation of the Very Rev. June Osborne, Dean, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Katharine Jefferts Schori will preach and lead services at various times at Salisbury Cathedral during Holy Week 2015. “I am looking forward to joining the Holy Week and Triduum liturgies of a cathedral that is both deeply historic and innovative, to meet new and old friends, and to reflect on the partnerships with Sudan and other parts of the Anglican Communion that continue to teach us all...

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Episcopal Clergy: Is This Any Longer a Church One Wants To Join?

Mar 28, 2015 by

From titusonenine: A Plea to the Leaders of the Episcopal Church. The Episcopal Church (TEC) is experiencing a precipitous decline in Sunday morning attendance. Without addressing some of its institutional pathologies, TEC will render itself evermore irrelevant. Yet the current proposals to restructure the church ignore its basic problems. [1] The present practices, or likely outcomes in the very near future, of TEC raise a number of questions. Here is a sample: ● A proposed modification of...

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