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May 14 2017 By dvirtue Nigerian Anglican Bishop says Fulani Muslims have Decimated his Diocese

"Their attacks on us are continuous. Recently militants entered one of our villages and killed 256 of 400 people. They come into their homes without provocation and slaughter them. Recently 42 were burned alive in one of my parishes while the militants screamed 'Allahu Akbar' (God is great). The total head count killed to date is over 1500. It is terrible what they are doing to us. The number increases daily."

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May 10 2017 By dvirtue Heather Cook denied parole for failure to be contrite

In Cook's case, a seven-year sentence translates into 84 months. A quarter of that is 21 months. She started her sentence in late October 2015, so July 2017 will be her 21st month behind bars.

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May 09 2017 By dvirtue Episcopal Presiding Bishop's Faux Jesus Movement Evangelistic Crusades

It would no longer just be about social issues, but cultural issues together with a schmeer of 'come-to-Jesus' evangelism that includes lots of talk about racism, white privilege, love and social involvement that would hopefully bring the masses back through TEC's red doors.

To date, Curry has held two "evangelistic" style crusades -- one in Pittsburgh, the other in western Missouri. Both were accompanied by much hype, hope and hallelujah.

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May 08 2017 By dvirtue BINGHAMTON, NY: CANA Bishop Says No to Women Priests at Diocesan Convention

He said the bishops of the Anglican Church in North America are still wrestling with Scripture regarding Holy Orders and women in the presbyterate, but his diocese, which is also linked jurisdictionally with the Anglican Province of Nigeria, will only recognize women as vocational deacons.

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May 06 2017 By dvirtue The Fictional World of Anglican Reconciliation: Truro and Diocese of VA vs. Mid-Atlantic Diocese and ACNA

If it should succeed, it will make a mockery of the very existence of the ACNA, which fought a long and bitter spiritual and property battle involving millions of dollars, tens of thousands of former Episcopalians, hundreds of priests and dozens of bishops. It will say to the Anglican world that breaking away from TEC was wrong and it can all now be patched up with a new-fangled peace and reconciliation agreement.

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May 04 2017 By dvirtue GAFCON UK responds positively to Primates' Communique

"The statement also reminds us of the serious suffering experienced in many parts of the world, where Anglicans minister sacrificially with only a fraction of the necessary resources, yet they remain faithful, trusting in God to provide. As affluent Westerners, we repent of our complacency and lack of compassion, and commit ourselves to partnering more intentionally to support the church where it serves in contexts of desperate need.

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April 30 2017 By dvirtue LAGOS: GAFCON Primates Will Consecrate Missionary Bishop in England

"During our meeting, we considered how best to respond to the voice of faithful Anglicans in some parts of the Global North who are in need of biblically faithful episcopal leadership. Of immediate concern is the reality that on 8th June 2017 the Scottish Episcopal Church is likely to formalize their rejection of Jesus' teaching on marriage. If this were to happen, faithful Anglicans in Scotland will need appropriate
pastoral care.

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April 26 2017 By dvirtue Truro parish to form School of Peace and Reconciliation in defiance of bishop and ACNA Archbishop

"In this Easter season of rebirth and renewal, Truro Anglican Church is pleased to announce a new ministry of peace making and reconciliation called the Truro Institute: A School of Peace and Reconciliation.

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April 25 2017 By dvirtue TRURO, VA: Truro Anglican Church Announces Property Reconciliation with TEC Diocese of Virginia

However, ACNA Archbishop Foley Beach blasted the idea, saying that the TEC diocese was not an "appropriate partner" for such a project because their leadership continues to promote teaching and practices contrary to Scripture --teaching that, if followed, would keep people from an eternal inheritance in the Kingdom of God.

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April 24 2017 By dvirtue Reformation Anglicanism: A Vision for Today's Global Communion

It could not be more timely. Anglicanism, as it has been practiced in recent years, has been fraught with 'heresies distressed' and the doctrinal and moral wars fought has left the battlefield littered with corpses. The wounded still walk amongst us.

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