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September 19 2017 By dvirtue Two Episcopal Dioceses to Share One Bishop

With the consent of both Standing Committees, Bishops Franklin and Rowe discussed with clergy a plan for the two dioceses to consider the possibility of a shared future. (This is code for juncturing).

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September 10 2017 By dvirtue ACNA College of Bishops Issue Solomonic Decision on Women's Ordination

The College of Bishops unanimously agreed that women will never be consecrated as bishops in the Anglican Church in North America.

ACNA does allow women to be ordained to the Diaconate.

This decision flies in the face of a recent decision by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who oversaw the first women consecrated as bishops in the Church of England. Two weeks ago, the Anglican Church of Australia consecrated its first woman archbishop.

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September 09 2017 By dvirtue Newly-released Episcopal Church bar graphs reveal continued membership loss in 2016

Another 68 dioceses showed a discernible drop in membership including: Alaska, Albany, Arizona, Arkansas, Bethlehem, California, Central Florida, Central Gulf Coast, Central New York, Central Pennsylvania, Chicago, Colorado, Connecticut, Dallas, East Tennessee, Eastern Michigan, Eastern Oregon, Easton, El Camino Real, Florida, Georgia, Indianapolis, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Lexington, Los Angeles, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Milwaukee, and Minnesota, Mississippi, Misso

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September 07 2017 By dvirtue Ugandan Archbishop Blasts Welby's Summit. He will not attend Primates' Meeting

"Every attempt to repair the torn fabric and heal the betrayal has made the situation worse. Collective decisions made by the Primates sitting together have not been implemented by two different Archbishops of Canterbury or his staff. The Anglican Consultative Council has flagrantly disregarded the wisdom of the Primates.

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September 07 2017 By dvirtue Understanding Generation Z

Who are the Generation Z? They are the next generation after the Millennials, aged 15 -- 25.

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September 06 2017 By dvirtue Secretary General clarifies ACNA position with Communion as he reports to Standing Committee

"There is a long-standing process by which a province is adopted as a province of the Communion. It was a great joy for me to see Sudan go through this process and it was a privilege to be in Khartoum in July to see it become the 39th member of the Communion. ACNA has not gone through this process.

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September 05 2017 By dvirtue GAFCON Chairman Says He will not Attend Welby's Gabfest in October with Primates

Archbishop Okoh ripped Welby saying that the only difference between the present and 2008, when GAFCON was formed, is that we have a different Archbishop of Canterbury. Everything else is the same or worse.

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September 05 2017 By dvirtue Nashville Statement Reveals Deeply Polarized Christian Community

As Western culture has become increasingly post-Christian, it has embarked upon a massive revision of what it means to be a human being...Will the church of the Lord Jesus Christ ...hold fast to the word of life, draw courage from Jesus, and unashamedly proclaim his way as the way of life? Will she maintain her clear, counter-cultural witness to a world that seems bent on ruin?

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September 03 2017 By dvirtue CAIRO: Anglican Archbishop Blasts Christianity Today Article on his Church's Status

The evangelical bishop, a leading conservative among Global South Anglican Primates, said in his letter that the status of the Anglican Church in Egypt has been one of independence since 1839 and his church had no wish to be under the authority of another organization.

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August 21 2017 By dvirtue How the Alt-Left Destroyed the Episcopal Church

It's as if Episcopal Church leaders had stood in front of statues of Cranmer, Hooker, Ryle and many other orthodox bishops, tied ropes around their necks and hauled them down, stamped and spat on them and then kicked them to the curb of history.

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