Young Anglicans in Brazil engage with local mission and global Communion issues

May 11, 2018 by

By Phil Ashey, AAC. I am writing from Recife, Brazil at the launching of the new Anglican Church in Brazil and the installation of its first Archbishop, The Most Rev. Miguel Uchoa.  At the invitation of Archbishop Uchoa, I presented a workshop on the Anglican Communion to more than 100 leaders...

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Unstable C of E shows need for Gafcon vision

May 1, 2018 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Are evangelicals in the ascendancy, and liberals in retreat in the Church of England? Recent headlines would certainly suggest that. Firstly a letter written by the Secretary General to the Archbishop’s Council, William Nye, to TEC in October last year (scroll...

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Compass Rose Society confirm million-dollar Lambeth Conference scholarship scheme

Apr 27, 2018 by

from ACNS: An international charity that supports the work of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Anglican Consultative Council has announced a sponsorship scheme to enable bishops from poorer countries attend the Lambeth Conference in 2020. The Compass Rose Society announced that $1 million USD...

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Contention 1: WHAT IS THE GLOBAL ANGLICAN COMMUNION?

Apr 9, 2018 by

by Stephen Noll, Contending Anglican: “What’s in a name?” Shakespeare’s doubting Juliet asks. So why title a book “The Global Anglican Communion” when I could have chosen otherwise? Juliet is tragically mistaken – names matter – and so, I contend, one cannot wish away the tragic truth: that the...

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Nelson Diocese votes to stick with the New Zealand church

Mar 24, 2018 by

By George Conger, Anglican Ink. The Diocese of Nelson has voted to support Motion 29 — the proposal to allow individual dioceses to set their own path on same-sex marriage. The decision taken at a special meeting of Synod in the South Island New Zealand diocese on 10 March 2018 meeting at...

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Book Review: ‘The gospel and the Anglican Tradition’

Mar 22, 2018 by

Alan Purser reviews ‘The gospel and the Anglican Tradition’ by Martin Davie (GILEAD Books 2018): Martin Davie has written a useful and timely contribution to the current debate about the value and theological coherence of the Anglican tradition. Useful, because it gathers together in one place...

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