Anglicanism in the Public Square Conference – Part 2

Dec 2, 2022 by

by Colin Bastian, Juicy Ecumenism: On October 28, The Institute on Religion and Democracy’s John Wesley Institute was proud to begin its Anglicanism in the Public Square Conference. That Conference, which was split into five sessions...

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Anglicanism in the Public Square Conference – Part 1

Dec 1, 2022 by

by Colin Bastian, Juicy Ecumenism: On October 28, The Institute on Religion and Democracy’s John Wesley Institute was proud to begin its Anglicanism in the Public Square Conference. The Conference, which lasted two days, brought together...

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When Mother Loses Her Mind, Part 2

Nov 30, 2022 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: Last week we explored Bishop Croft’s comments on the teaching and trajectory of the Church of England. The implications of this kind of thinking cannot be overstated. The trajectory for the Church of England is...

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Gay Marriage in the Church of England could disqualify the Archbishop of Canterbury from leading the Anglican Communion

Nov 30, 2022 by

Press Release from Anglican Orthodox: IF the Church of England moves towards blessing same sex marriage, or ‘opts into’ allowing gay marriages in its churches as a result of the church’s General Synod meeting in February 2023, “pain and...

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Are we really a communion?

Nov 29, 2022 by

By The Most Rev. Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis, Virtueonline: “The Anglican Communion we have loved, though it has kept its name, yet has lost its heart”. Over the decades, and on many occasions, we Anglicans gave thanks to God for...

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Have Three Provinces who Disagree over Homosexuality and Women Bishops left the Anglican Communion?

Nov 15, 2022 by

by David Virtue, VOL: It was inevitable, of course. Sooner or later a revisionist Western Anglican archbishop would say what a lot of people are thinking — that by refusing to participate in the Lambeth Conference one had, in fact,...

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