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The good news of salvation by faith in Jesus Christ alone needs no addition;
The good news must NOT be distorted (Gal. 1:7);
Only this gospel of salvation by faith in Christ alone saves people from eternal separation from God (Hell); and
Any distortion of this Gospel is, in reality, dangerous, leads people away from God and therefore stands under God's curse (Gal. 1:9)

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November 27 2017 By dvirtue Ex-Anglicans are being Choked and Starved within the 'borderless' Church of South India

Recently, the Moderator broke the bond of the united church by splitting the CSI Synod into regional areas and had the first unconstitutional meeting (to decide for the entire church) in his own region of Kerala, gathering only those who can speak the language he speaks.

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November 25 2017 By dvirtue Special Support Needed for Young Evangelicals at King's College Cambridge

He said the services had received a 'quite extraordinary' response from most students although some members of the Christian Union had raised concerns. Whilst describing these individual students as 'nice as pie', he said they had views that 'can give you the heeby-jeebies'.

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November 23 2017 By dvirtue That Pesky Women's Ordination Issue

So where are we? Most ACNA bishops and dioceses are opposed to women priests, but as it presently stands, the ACNA Constitution says each diocese can decide if it will ordain women priests or not. We now need to work with other dioceses to amend the Constitution to remove this provision. As you know, women bishops are not permitted in any diocese, and no bishop wants to change that prohibition.

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November 21 2017 By dvirtue The real problems with 'Valuing all God's children'

These headlines, and others like them, all distort one very small part of what the report has to say. What the report actually says in one paragraph on page 20 is the following:

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November 20 2017 By dvirtue Bishop Mark Lawrence's Letter to the Diocese of South Carolina following the recent SC Supreme Court Decisions

As you will remember, we began our week with our Annual Clergy Conference reflecting together on the Apostle Paul's words in 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 and 12:9-10. Now this final ruling from the South Carolina Supreme Court coming as it does at the very end of the week presses us once again with the need to find comfort, strength, and courage from the Lord through these words of Holy Scripture. May I encourage you to revisit them--I believe they were prophetic in their timing for us.

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November 19 2017 By dvirtue Thanksgiving for Pirates and Living Proof

'I'll be right back' I responded as I went over to pay my respects. Returning to my table my young friend could barely contain his curiosity as he blurted out, 'do you know him? 'what did you say?'

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November 18 2017 By dvirtue GAFCON General Secretary Peter Jensen responds to the Ashenden consecration

Gafcon is committed to reforming our Communion from within and it was in accordance with this great vision that Bishop Andy Lines was consecrated as a missionary bishop for the United Kingdom and Europe by Primates representing the majority of the world wide communion in Chicago earlier this year.

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November 15 2017 By dvirtue Essentials (Part One)

History, even in personal relationships, is important. Yet, it has always amazed me that many Christians ignore or fail to look into the history of the Church. It is as though somehow at the end of the first century, the Holy Spirit took flight only to descend again in our own time (perhaps stopping in briefly at the Reformation).

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November 14 2017 By dvirtue The Church of England is sowing the seeds of its destruction

Her resignation illustrates the fissure in the church between liberals and traditionalists which is now threatening outright schism. The immediate flashpoints are gender and gay issues. Last July, the synod voted to ban sexual conversion therapy and to consider special services for transsexual people. A motion to permit the blessing of same-sex marriages has been submitted for next February's synod but has yet to be adopted for debate.

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