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February 25 2004 By virtueonline "His Blood Be Upon Us": Understanding What We See in the Passion of the Christ

What compounds the problem, of course, is that Jesus was no ordinary criminal; in fact, no ordinary man, and no criminal at all. At least, that is what we Christians believe. What's more, we believe it passionately, because the message of salvation through Christ goes deeper in us than any passion we have. "You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free," Jesus said (John 8:32).

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February 19 2004 By virtueonline Give Yourself Wholly to Them - by J. C. Ryle

When the Apostle says, "Give yourself wholly to these things," he seems to look at the "things" of which he had been speaking in the preceding verses, beginning with the words "Set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity."

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February 13 2004 By virtueonline Not Corrupting the Word - by J. C. Ryle

But there are occasions when true humility is to be seen, not so much in loud professions of our weakness, as in forgetting ourselves altogether. I desire to forget self at this time, in turning my attention to this portion of Scripture. If I say little about my own sense of insufficiency, do me the justice to believe, that it is not because I am not well aware of it.

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February 07 2004 By virtueonline "Can Classical Anglican Comprehensiveness be Reconstructed" by Chris Seitz

It is necessary to pose the issue this way, because the ECUSA is a 2 million person denomination within a complex welter of denominated Christian groupings, vastly overshadowed by Roman Catholic, Baptist, and Evangelical churches, which might themselves be said to correspond in some rough ways to groupings internal to the comprehensiveness which is British Anglicanism.

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February 07 2004 By virtueonline LAST SIGNAL TO THE CARPATHIA by Dean Paul Zahl

Now, the tendency in theological discussions of our current problem is to punt them over to the adjoining field of ecclesiology.

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February 06 2004 By virtueonline TENNESSEE: We are a Church Seriously Divided, There is No Middle Ground

WE WANT TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE TO DEAN SWANSON, THE STAFF AND
CONGREGATION OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL FOR THEIR GRACIOUS HOSPITALITY,
TO PETE STRINGER, SANDRA MERRITT AND THE MEMBERS OF THE CONVENTION
COMMITTEE FOR THEIR WORK IN ARRANGING THIS MEETING. AND TO THE
CATHEDRAL CHOIR AND MICHAEL VELTILNG, ORGANIST AND / CHOIRMASTER FOR
THEIR WONDERFUL MUSIC.

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February 01 2004 By virtueonline UGANDA: New Primate Lays Out Mission and Challenges

PROVINCIAL MISSION STATEMENT

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February 01 2004 By virtueonline A Conversation with Bishop Allison on the Church - by Dr. Ephraim Radner

Bishop Allison was responding, in part, to a lecture I gave several
weeks ago at an Anglican Communion Institute conference in Charleston.
In general it seems that Bp. Allison is concerned that I am promoting a
kind of weak resistance to heresy in our church, because I have called
such resistance to be accountable to strict standards of humility,
order, and – as far as possible! – unity. This has led him to label my

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January 29 2004 By virtueonline The Humiliation of Anglicanism - by Ephraim Radner

Let me lay out one way to answer this question, apprehended through a particular historical lens. It is a way that stands in contrast to what I would guess is our most natural posture of response. This more natural posture is one from which we view our church – Episcopal or Anglican – and, in the face of the threats or deformations our church experiences, and from which we seek to protect, revive, recreate the particular virtues and goods we cherish in it.

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January 27 2004 By virtueonline JORDAN: The Archbishop of Canterbury Preaches at Anglican Church of the Redeemer

St Augustine said that a community becomes a community when it is united in love of the same thing. But that love of the same thing can be lifegiving or deathdealing, depending on what it is that is loved. We can find ourselves agreeing in the love of something that eats away at the very roots of our humanity while we ignorantly suppose that it is good and godly.

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