TEC’s redefinition of marriage

May 10, 2018 by

Recent articles on TEC’s proposals to change their marriage liturgy and not permit any exemptions; responses from the Church of England, and reflection on the wider issues. Most recent pieces at the top:

Who is coming to the Episcopal wedding reception? by Stephen Noll, Contending Anglican

Archbishop Justin Welby: Reimagining Marriage? by Charles Raven, Anglican Mainstream

‘Irrevocably redefining marriage’ – Episcopal Church deletes the words ‘husband’ and ‘wife’ from marriage liturgy, by Will Maule, Faithwire

 Episcopal Church removes terms husband, wife and procreation from marriage to make it more LGBT compliant, by Nate Brown, The Christian Journal

The Episcopal Church and trial [use] marriage, by Stephen Noll, Contending Anglican

Unstable C of E shows need for Gafcon vision, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

“Communion partners” and marriage doctrine and liturgy in TEC, by Andrew Goddard, Fulcrum

Speaking for the C of E on sexuality, by Ian Paul, Psephizo

Anglican gay marriage debate heats up over ‘procreation’ vs ‘gift of children’ wording at weddings, by Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post

Church of England is split over US plan to make marriage service more gay friendly, by Rod Ardehali, MailOnline

300 Church of England members send their own letter of support to the Episcopal Church regarding same sex marriage rites


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