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November 15 2016 By dvirtue America's Evangelicals gave Trump Pathway to Victory

Trump turned American politics upside down and Evangelicals made Trump's candidacy; now they need to help remake his presidency. At 29 percent, they were the biggest single bloc of voters. The Roman Catholic Church came in second with 23 per cent.

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The advent of the ACNA in North America which effectively split The Episcopal Church and the recent formation of the Anglican Mission in England heralds a new day for English Anglicanism. Read on.

The Church of England and Lambeth 1:10

13th November 2016

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November 11 2016 By dvirtue Tony Campolo, Homosexuality and the future of Leftist Evangelicalism in America

He wound them up with stories about what God is doing in the world, then he hit them hard about the need for conversion to Christ. He called on people to repent of their sin. He had them eating out of his hand. If he had had an altar call, I predicted half of the priests would have given their lives to Christ. That was Tony.

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November 10 2016 By dvirtue Church of England numbers continue to fall

The Church of England's motto is: A Christian presence in every community. England boasts about 1,200 incorporated towns, of which 50 are cities. To help meet its goal of having "a Christian presence in every community", the Church of England has 15,685 churches -- including 42 cathedrals -- scattered throughout the country in 40 domestic dioceses. These churches are the local parishes for at least 55 million people of which 32 million are Christians.

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November 10 2016 By dvirtue Evangelicals Respond to Trump's Victory

Beach called for prayers for President-elect Donald Trump, and to continue to pray for President Barak Obama, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and President Enrique Peña Nieto.

Other Christian leaders responded to the Trump election.

Franklin Graham, who has distanced himself from the Republican party, nevertheless encouraged voters to vote for the candidate who would appoint conservative justices to the Supreme Court.

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November 08 2016 By dvirtue Egyptian Anglicans in Complex Battle over Status with Evangelical Churches Association

Dr. Zaki maintains that "The historical relationship between Central Office of the Protestant Churches of Egypt (which officially represents the 18 protestant denominations before the state), and the Episcopal Anglican Church in Egypt began in the early 1940's, when the Episcopal Anglican Church asked to approve the registration of marriage contracts conducted by pastors of the Anglican Church, as well as authorization of the death certificates they issue.

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October 31 2016 By dvirtue Nigerian Archbishop Signals No Compromise with Western Anglicans promoting 'Another Gospel'

The evangelical African Primate of the largest province in the Anglican Communion, said it is increasingly clear that the Church of England is becoming the place where pressure for compromise has become most intense and he is encouraged that 88 evangelical Anglicans leaders from varied backgrounds have come together this month to sign an open letter to the English House of Bishops calling on them 'not to depart from the apostolic inheritance with which they have been entrusted'.

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October 21 2016 By dvirtue The Appalling Sexual Hypocrisy of the Episcopal Church

We have a bishop (Gene Robinson) who was married to a woman, had two kids by her, divorces her after announcing he was a homosexual, unmarries her in a bizarre altar scene, meets a man, marries him and then divorces him 25 years later, and The Episcopal Church thinks this is just fine because Robinson and his ilk manage to get a series of General Convention resolutions passed that endorses his behavior!

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October 21 2016 By dvirtue Diocese of Lexington says to Bishop Hahn: stay away!

Bishop Hahn's moral failure came to light earlier this year at which time the Lexington bishop had to own up to his faults and failing, not only to Presiding Bishop Curry and his wife, Kaye, but also to the people of the Diocese of Lexington, which turned to him for spiritual and moral leadership.

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October 19 2016 By dvirtue THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION: "There are none so blind..."

Archbishop Paul Kwong -- the Primate of Hong Kong -- in celebrating his first six months in the post, told the Anglican Communion News Service that it was vital for the Communion to be relevant.

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