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February 01 2017 By dvirtue Global Anglican Church Leaders wade in on US immigration row

The Archbishop called on Anglicans to make a special effort to reach out to refugees and immigrants in their local communities. "In these divisive times, we have the opportunity to demonstrate a compassion that builds bridges, and overcomes fear.

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January 31 2017 By dvirtue Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil Bishop Orders Priests to Recant and Return to IEAB

(For the record this action should not be confused with the Anglican Church-Diocese of Recife under its Bishop Miguel Uchoa, which broke away from the IEAB over homosexual practice deemed incompatible with Lambeth resolution 1:10 and is now under the GAFCON/FCA as of March 2016.)

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January 27 2017 By dvirtue GAFCON Primates will not be attending meeting called by Archbishop Welby

Last January, the Primates' decided that TEC should be removed from any decision making on "issues pertaining to doctrine or polity" for three years. That promise has not been kept.

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January 25 2017 By dvirtue President Trump Defunds Abortion Lobby

Since then, the gag rule has been something of a political football, rescinded and reinstated as soon as presidents take office. President Bill Clinton did away with the rule, President George W. Bush reinstated it and then President Barack Obama again revoked it in 2009.

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January 24 2017 By dvirtue Presiding Bishop has no Business Apologizing for Slave Trade

Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is in Ghana this week leading a reconciliation pilgrimage to Ghana and apologizing for the trans-Atlantic slave trade going back to the Seventeenth Century. He is telling anyone who will listen that his new understanding of Episcopal evangelism will address "systemic, structural racism as a church."

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January 19 2017 By dvirtue Episcopal Church leaders caught in Cross Fire over Trump Inauguration

Born again or not, those same born again leaders believe that had Hilary Clinton become president, issues like who would be on the Supreme Court and the content of the First and Second amendments especially on issues of free speech would have further impeded Christians, especially Evangelicals and Catholics from speaking out about the evil of abortion, the inroads of Islam and much more. For them, this is a moment of victory. For Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, not so much.

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January 18 2017 By dvirtue Four Continuing Anglican Church bodies plan joint Synod in October

The Churches will also discuss common plans for mission and evangelism. Each Church will hold its own mandatory business meetings and Synods, but the four will join together throughout the joint synod for common worship and social occasions.

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January 16 2017 By dvirtue Auschwitz the Archbishop and Anglican Angst

It's deeply ironic that a 70-year old evil continues to fascinate the leader of 77 million Anglicans, when other more contemporary evils leave him apparently unmoved.

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January 14 2017 By dvirtue ACC Secretary General's Blast at GAFCON Clarifies Difference

Fearon not only betrayed what GAFCON stands for, but also what his one-time boss, Nigerian archbishop Nicholas Okoh, the chairman of GAFCON, stands for. Fearon tore down walls of faith and friendship that will not soon be healed, and he did it to appease his western paymasters who foot the bill for the Anglican Communion office in London.

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January 11 2017 By dvirtue BRAZIL: Anglican Episcopal Church clergy say they are being persecuted for upholding Biblical position on Marriage

To that end they have formed the "Alliance of Anglican Communities", acknowledging the Anglican principle of unity in diversity, freedom of thought, opinion and initiative.

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