Alarm over Anglican plan to give overseas churches more say in choosing future Archbishops of Canterbury

Jan 19, 2022 by

by Kaya Burgess, The Times: Foreign Anglican leaders from churches around the world are set to be given much greater power in choosing future Archbishops of Canterbury. English priests and worshippers have expressed surprise and anger at...

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Desmond Tutu tributes / analysis

Jan 6, 2022 by

  Desmond Tutu – a personal reflection, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream The Archbishop, whom I met in 1994, was a remarkable Christian prophet combining sharp analysis, courage and winsomeness, not a secular socialist politician...

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Statements on the nature and development of the Anglican Communion from the first Lambeth Conference to the Anglican Cov...

Dec 22, 2021 by

by Martin Davie: This post contains the second part of my paper tracing the development of Anglican thinking about the nature and development of the Anglican Communion. It covers the development of this thinking from the Lambeth...

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On the Way forward for Anglicanism

Oct 29, 2021 by

by Martin Davie: A response to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s vision for the Anglican Communion. On 14 October the Archbishop of Canterbury posted an update of the plans for next year’s Lambeth Conference on the Conference website. Part...

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Archbishop ‘gravely concerned’ by LGBT proposals in Ghana

Oct 28, 2021 by

from Christian Today: The Archbishop of Canterbury has distanced himself from Anglican bishops in Ghana who have come out in support of a Bill that would make it a crime to be gay, bisexual or transgender. The Bill would also criminalise...

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UK church leaders criticise Ghanaian bishops for support of anti-LGBTQ+ law

Oct 26, 2021 by

by Harriet Sherwood, Guardian: Archbishop of Canterbury among C of E officials to tweet concern over draconian law. Church leaders in the UK have strongly criticised Ghanaian bishops over their support for a draconian anti-LGBTQ+ law....

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