Archbishop of Canterbury Caught in Homosexual Vortex of his own making

Mar 7, 2019 by

by David Virtue, VOL: The Archbishop of Canterbury has found himself caught in a sexual vortex of his own making and from which he cannot extract himself because he steadfastly refuses to acknowledge that homosexual behavior is sin and that God has expressed himself unequivocally in scripture. God has not reversed himself in 6,000 years despite efforts by a handful of progressive and post-truth episcopal and Anglican bishops in the 21st century to declare it otherwise. As a result, the...

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Does Canterbury Own the Anglican Communion?

Jan 31, 2019 by

by David W Virtue DD, VOL: Eugene R. Schlesinger has written a piece for COVENANT Magazine in which he argues that the only authentic Anglican is one who is in communion with Canterbury. In an article titled Against Anglican Myopia: GAFCON, Canterbury, and Lambeth, (TLC) he writes; “At one level this myopia is exemplified in a growing consensus within GAFCON, recently restated by Archbishop Nicholas Okoh of Nigeria, that a church need not be in communion with the See of Canterbury to be...

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Justin Welby: I don’t mind if Anglicans convert to Catholicism

Jan 25, 2019 by

by Mark Greaves, Catholic Herald: Archbishop Justin Welby said Rome was ‘such a source of inspiration’. The Archbishop of Canterbury has said he is perfectly happy to see Anglicans convert to Catholicism. In an interview with The Spectator, Archbishop Justin Welby was asked about the number of Anglican clergy becoming Catholic. Some estimates, the article said, suggested that one in 10 Catholic priests in England and Wales were former Anglican vicars. “Who cares?” Archbishop Welby...

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Justin Welby says Church of England clergy can ‘ignore’ transgender guidance

Jan 24, 2019 by

by Michael Gryboski, Christian Post: Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby tried to allay concerns about the Church of England’s rededication guidance for trans-identified members by saying in a recent interview that it’s not “a change of doctrine” and those opposed to it can “ignore it.” Last year, the Church of England’s House of Bishops released a guidance for churches interested in marking a person’s “gender transition,” rejecting an earlier idea to create a...

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When Justin met Justin (with commentary)

Jan 23, 2019 by

by Justin Brierley, Premier: Most Rev Justin Welby, the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury, sat down with Premier’s Justin Brierley to talk about Thy Kingdom Come, prayer, evangelism, speaking in tongues, politics, Brexit, LGBT issues and church unity. Hear the interview on Inspirational Breakfast on Premier Christian Radio from Mon 21 – Fri 25 Jan at 7.50am. Read and watch video here Read also: Archbishop Justin Welby is suffering from a terminal case of confirmation bias by Jules Gomes, Rebel...

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In defence of unicorns

Jan 17, 2019 by

by Charles Moore, Spectator: [..] In the many hours on Tuesday when the media had little to say because we were waiting for the vote, Radio 4’s PM programme invited Tim Garton Ash and me to come on and talk about the history of Britain’s relations with Europe. We had been primed to pick one historical incident which we thought had been key in these relations. I chose the Act in Restraint of Appeals of 1533, through which Henry VIII’s parliament asserted that England is ‘governed by one supreme...

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