Communal, Doctrinal, and Ethical Unity: Some Fundamental Clarifications

Jun 21, 2024 by

By Rollin Grams, Bible and Mission. (Editor’s note: An important piece by Dr Grams in the light of Bishop Martyn Snow’s recent misuse of Philippians 2 to advocate for diverse sexual ethics in the Church of England.) The word ‘unity’...

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How broad can an Anglican church be?

Jun 16, 2024 by

by Martin Davie: This is the text of a paper I presented at a meeting of the Church of Ireland Evangelical Fellowship at St Paul and St Barnabas Church, Belfast, on 14 June 2024. John Robinson and Honest to God.   Bishop John Robinson was...

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It is time for a new deal for underpaid clergy

Jun 16, 2024 by

by Philip North, Church Times: A culture of low remuneration and overwork can be addressed only by more funding at a national level. ARE we at risk of exploiting our priests? That is the stark question that many of us have had to start...

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Do Conservatives Drive People Away from the Church?

Jun 14, 2024 by

by Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine: According to some critics, the main causes of the decline in churchgoing are to be attributed to conservatives. Let’s break down why that’s ridiculous. From what I gather on what is called,...

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Distinctive force or vague multicultural outpost? CofE must decide

Jun 13, 2024 by

by Catherine Pepinster, Religion Media Centre: The Church of England is facing a clear choice between remaining a distinctive force in society or becoming “secular mush”, a historian has warned bishops. Tom Holland, author of the...

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Mere Anglicanism and the Challenge of a New Morality

Jun 8, 2024 by

by Jeffrey Walton, Juicy Ecumenism: Amy Orr-Ewing has a story to share about visiting a series of four British schools alongside the Archbishop of Canterbury, amongst a majority of students who have never darkened the door of a church....

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