Archbishop Justin Welby: Reimagining Marriage?

May 10, 2018 by

By Charles Raven, Anglican Mainstream. It has recently come to light that the Church of England responded to a consultation by the Episcopal Church of the United States (TEC) last year about developing liturgy for same sex marriages by warning of ‘stringent consequences’ and the risk of...

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Archbishop of Canterbury turns to Stormzy song to soothe royal wedding nerves

May 7, 2018 by

from ITV News: The Archbishop of Canterbury is taking inspiration from a Stormzy song as he nervously prepares for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. The Most Reverend Justin Welby said the line “I stay prayed up and get the job done”, from the song Blinded By Your Grace, was...

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Alfie Evans and the Invisible Church of England

Apr 28, 2018 by

by Caleb Acker, The College Conservative: As Alfie Evans dies under the government of England, the Church of England remains (un)mysteriously silent and invisible. Alfie is a toddler with an undiagnosed but devastating neurological disease. After his doctors decided that it was best for Alfie to...

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Reimagining reimagined – a review of Justin Welby’s ‘Reimagining Britain’

Apr 4, 2018 by

By Martin Davie. […] Contrary to what is said in the blurb on the back cover of the book, the Archbishop is not offering ‘a radical vision for 21st century Britain.’ If all that he proposes came to pass, British society would not actually change that much. What he is offering is a modest proposal...

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Justin Welby: ‘Misuse of power is disgusting. But do you do a balance sheet?’

Apr 1, 2018 by

by Rachel Cooke, Guardian: Lambeth Palace, mucked about with down the centuries and later badly damaged by German bombs, is something of a muddle, architecturally speaking. Its looming gatehouse, for instance, is early Tudor, built of the same blood-red brick as Hampton Court; while the Great...

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Archbishop of Canterbury condemns Salisbury attack

Mar 16, 2018 by

By Harry Farley, Christian Today. The archbishop of Canterbury has condemned the attack of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury as a ‘sin’ and a ‘terrible event’, calling for those responsible to be ‘held accountable’. In wide-ranging...

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