Living in Love and Faith

Nov 10, 2020 by

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ReNew: now online – Webinar with Lee Gatiss, Kirsty Birkett and Mark Burkill,

Sexuality, safeguarding and the language of God by David Baker, Christian Today

Anti-Living in Love and Faith video investigated as a hate-crime by Ed Thornton, Church Times

Should evangelicals engage with Living in Love and Faith? by Will Jones, Christian Today

LGBT leaders threaten to quit Church of England dialogue unless bishops support gay marriage, Christian Today

The Church of England’s pick-and-mix approach to biblical truth only confirms my decision to leave by Julian Mann, Christian Today

Bishops deplore ‘personal insults and attacks’ in Church of England sexuality war by David Baker, Christian Today

The Church of England’s guide to hearing God’s voice through the bible, according to LLF, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

Gay marriage? The Archbishops who know better than the Bibleby Peter Mullen, The Conservative Woman:

Bishop says C of E change of stance on sexuality would spark exodus by Harriet Sherwood, Guardian

Hurt and unnecessary suffering from Ancient Briton

OneBodyOneFaith responds to Living in Love and Faith

Initial thoughts on LLF by Lee Gatiss, Church Society

Living in Love and Faith: an evangelical response. Andrew Goddard, writing in Christian Today, summarises CEEC’s presentation and explains how it inspires us with “scripture’s glorious and joyful vision of God’s intention for human life”.

Why “deep listening” in The Church of England will fail by David Virtue, Virtueonline

The Church of England is ‘deaf to the cries’ of the LGBT+ people it is harming. Its recent actions have proven that by Lily Wakefield, Pink News [Jayne Ozanne says LLF has failed to address the ‘harm’ done to LGBT people].

The Beautiful Story, from CEEC: a 30 minute film that explains how a biblical vision for human sexuality is good for individuals, the church and society (see responses under ‘related articles’ below)

Ben John reacts to the Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith trailer, Christian Concern

Church Society Podcast:LLF First Impressions

Anglican Unscripted: Kevin and George discuss LLF. Watch video from 5.40

First impressions of the Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith are very disappointing by Prudence Dailey, Christian Today

LLF’s surrealist theology bodes ill for Evangelical Anglicans by Julian Mann, Anglican Ink

What do we make of the Living in Love and Faith project? by Stephen Kneale, Building Jerusalem

(How) should we engage with Living in Love and Faith? by Ian Paul, Psephizo

Living in Love and Faith: early thoughts by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

Church of England is heading down the same pathway as the American Episcopal Church over Pansexuality by David Virtue, VOL

‘Here we grovel for we can do no other’: Conservative Anglican Evangelicals and ‘Living in Love and Faith’, By Melvin Tinker, Virtueonline

Mapping the Terrain for Engagement on Human Sexuality by Oliver O’Donovan, Living Church

Church of England could rethink stance on LGBTQ+ issues by 2022 by Harriet Sherwood, Guardian

Church of England to rethink same-sex marriage by Kaya Burgess, The Times (£)

Living in Love and Faith: it’s out, it’s long, it’s good, Church Times (£)

LLF for Dummies: 10 FAQs about the Church of England’s new teaching and learning resources on identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage by Andrew Goddard, Fulcrum

Church of England leaders apologise for ‘damage and hurt’ to LGBT+ people by Hugo Greenhalgh, Openly

Living in Love and Faith:evangelicals say they are ‘ready to engage and ready to contend’: CEEC press release

Living in Love and Faithby Lee Gatiss, Church Society

 

Related articles:

The Beautiful Story, from CEEC: a 30 minute film that explains how a biblical vision for human sexuality is good for individuals, the church and society

Living in Love and Faith: an evangelical responseAndrew Goddard, writing in Christian Today, summarises CEEC’s presentation and explains why it is a useful resource that can “scripture’s glorious and joyful vision of God’s intention for human life”.

Is there a positive case for the ‘traditional’ sexual ethic? Ian Paul, writing in Psephizo, responds positively to the CEEC video

The Church of England Evangelical Council: a response, Charlie Bell, writing on his blog For whom the Bell tolls, responds negatively

Bible’s teaching on sexual ethics ‘homophobic’, says LGBT member of General Synodfrom The Christian Institute: LGBT activist Jayne Ozanne has accused the Oxford Inter-Collegiate Christian Union (OICCU) of homophobia for affirming the Bible’s teaching on sexual morality.

David Runcorn, Love Means Love, a reviewby Martin Barratt Davie

 

 

 

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