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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Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans New Zealand response to the Motion 29 Working Group Final Report

Apr 11, 2018 by

This is the formal response to the Motion 29 Working Group Final Report and Recommendations. The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans New Zealand (FCANZ) is thankful for the opportunities the Working Group has provided the Province to offer feedback, and to some extent shape the final...

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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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Can the Church change its practice on marriage without changing its doctrine?

Mar 20, 2018 by

By Andrew Goddard, Psephizo. […] For those people who follow these things it came as no surprise last week to see a new PMM on sexuality (added to two others already topping the lists, one from Anthony Archer and one from Ed Shaw) proposed by Ms Christina Baron (Bath & Wells) who is...

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Can Hereford change the church on sexuality?

Oct 25, 2017 by

By Ian Paul, Psephizo. […] Last week’s motion passed by Hereford Diocesan Synod was a classic example of salami tactics. The motion read as follows: That this Synod request the House of Bishops to commend an Order of Prayer and Dedication after the registration of a civil partnership or a same sex...

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Church of England to discuss same-sex blessing

Oct 21, 2017 by

by Callum May, BBC News: The Church of England is to debate holding services for same-sex couples for the first time. The church’s ruling general synod will discuss holding official services, after a couple has married in a secular ceremony, or formed a civil partnership. Same-sex marriages...

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