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March 02 2023 By dvirtue COLONIALISM - A MORAL RECKONING

It is not primarily a history, though very well resourced with historical examples and 132 pages of footnotes. It discusses the ethical categories by which the history of the British Empire might be viewed. His themes are Motives, Slavery, Equality, Land, Cultural assimilation, Free trade, Government and Force. What is meant by the ethical values applied to each one, and what in the field of public policy is practical ethical behaviour in these areas?

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The sixty-five entries cover Bob Duncan's life from childhood (b. 1948) to the Cairo Covenant
(2019). They include snapshots of early life in small-town New Jersey, where a boy in a troubled
family found solace and God in the local Episcopal Church, and they continue through his
ordination, college chaplaincy, and parish ministry, to his close-run election as Bishop of

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November 23 2022 By virtueonline JESUS TALKED ABOUT MONEY

The preacher that night was the Very Rev. Hewlett Johnson, DD, better known as the Red Dean (and appropriately clad in the scarlet chimere of an Oxford Doctor). His sermon, as he stressed at the start, was the fourth in a series of six on the similarities between Christianity and Communism and dealt with the passage in Acts 4:33-5:10 in which the believers in Jerusalem who owned property sold it and offered the proceeds to the Apostles for the support of the needy.

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November 04 2022 By dvirtue The First 24: One Man. One Mission. One Day.

I intend to do the same thing in this book.

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January 27 2022 By dvirtue The Future of Orthodox Anglicanism, edited by Gerald R. McDermott

Anglicanism is the third-largest Christian communion in the world. At 85-million worshippers it is growing as fast or faster than the two largest communions, Roman Catholicism and eastern Orthodoxy.

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January 21 2022 By dvirtue Somewhere over the Gay Rainbow Lies the Truth

Today homosexuality is deeply embedded in the culture and the churches so deeply in fact, that it has divided friends and families, churches and societies. In fact, whole nations have been dominated by a behavior that has resulted in over 75 million HIV infections and 32 million deaths from AIDS.

Brad Hutt, a former Episcopal layman of more than 40 years, believes he knows what the real issue is: the dishonesty and manipulation of the debate by the organization's leaders.

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January 14 2022 By dvirtue St John's Nottingham: From Northwood to Nottingham - a history of 50 years. 1963-2013 274pp

Bishop Buchanan documents the process by which the London College of Divinity decided to move to be near the Nottingham University campus on land bought for a graduate college by the Church of England. The decision was prompted by the Church's requirement that graduate theological education be closely linked with a university. He also carefully records the changes of staff and development of courses over the next 50 years.

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December 11 2021 By dvirtue CELEBRATE ANGLICANISM

Celebrate Anglicanism is an accessible introduction to Anglicanism and in particular to its North American expression.

Bud Davis describes himself as a layman for the laity of the Anglican Church, and, as a layman myself, I appreciate this robust little volume.

Davis wants to make committed disciples of Christ within the Anglican tradition. His book does this with style and grace.

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November 23 2021 By dvirtue The Five Phases of Leadership by Justyn Terry

The chapters are packed full of common sense, wisdom and practical advice. It is more of a manual to be dipped into again and again when any of the five phases he identifies is relevant.

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November 13 2021 By dvirtue The Truth will make you free

He never forgets his very poor education in his early years and leaving school at fifteen with no qualifications. He has devoted much of his retirement to presiding over the work of the United Learning Trust which, with Tony Blair, Lord Adonis and Gordon Brown, set up "Academies" to turn around failing schools in the poorest areas. Lord Carey sees education as far more than acquiring knowledge for a career; it is to shape the whole personality of a cultivated man or woman.

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