What happened at General Synod? Living in Love and Faith Feb 24

Mar 1, 2024 by

From Anglican Futures. A summary of the Living in Love and Faith debate at General Synod on Feb 26-27th, 2024. On the fourth day of this session of General Synod, Bishop Martyn Snow, the new lead bishop on Living in Love and Faith,...

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The True Meaning of ‘Reconciliation’: A Biblical Response to the Church of England’s Latest Error

Feb 29, 2024 by

By Rollin Grams, Bible and Mission. Having pressed ahead with its blessings of homosexual unions,[1] the Church of England now wants to repair the disunity this has inevitably rendered in the denomination.  The words ‘love’ and ‘faith’...

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Is Britain a Christian country?

Feb 29, 2024 by

by Capel Lofft, Artillery Row: The UK has an established religion alright — the worship of the self. You’re a middle-aged man who sports an embarrassing attempt at ‘designer stubble’. You enjoy telling everyone how much you enjoy the...

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My Attempt to Stop the Desecration of Canterbury Cathedral

Feb 27, 2024 by

By Cajetan Skowronski, European Conservative. Consecration and desecration are constants in the drama of sacred scripture. Time and again, the consecrated chosen people stray from their covenant, desecrating themselves by the worship of...

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Church of England is ‘standing on the brink of a precipice’

Feb 25, 2024 by

by Susie Leafe, Christian Today: As the General Synod of the Church of England gathered once again in London on Friday, Rev Ian Paul, a member of the Archbishops’ Council challenged the agenda in forceful terms. Suggesting that...

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The Church of England must repent. It’s the only way to stop the decline

Feb 25, 2024 by

by Tim Dieppe, Premier: The most recent data released by the Church of England suggests the terminal decline is continuing. This month’s Statistics for Mission report states that all-age average weekly attendance was 654,000 people in...

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