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May 26 2022 By dvirtue CEEC film suggests the scale of Church of England differences in views on human sexuality too great to be 'papered over'

The film suggests that these differences are profound rather than superficial and that they cannot simply be 'covered up'. The film asks whether the way forwards for the Church of England can be built on the idea of 'agreeing to disagree'.

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May 23 2022 By dvirtue Woke and lefty church leaders sneer at the rest of us for our beliefs

That's certainly one way to demonstrate institutional racism.

There once was a time when it was said that the CofE was "the Conservative Party at prayer", those days are long gone.

We now have a hierarchy who look down their noses at Express readers, sneering at us for having the wrong worldview.

As with every public institution, the so-called liberal Left has taken over and implemented their woke agenda.

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May 06 2022 By dvirtue "Christian" Priest Defends Killing Two Babies in Abortions: My "God of Love" Allowed It

"As a Christian, I think if we claim to follow a god of love it would be nice if we did love people and let them know they are safe and welcome to talk about issues that are so often hidden," she said.

Green criticized pro-life Christians, claiming they do not really care about women because abortions are "life saving." While she believes abortions should be "rare," she said she also thinks women should have that "choice."

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April 26 2022 By dvirtue Your time is up, Justin! Welby told Britons want 'woke' Bishops out of Parliament -- POLL

It also comes amid growing disquiet that Bishops are no longer interested in faith but are instead pushing a woke agenda.

Currently there are 26 Bishops in the House of Lords known as Lords Spiritual reflecting the fact that the Queen is head of the Church of England.

Stephen Cottrell, the Archbishop of York, and England's second most senior cleric after Welby, had supported the attack on the Rwanda policy.

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April 21 2022 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury says his faith helped during depression

He first opened up about his depression that same year and in 2019 revealed that he was taking medication.

In the first episode of a new programme, The Archbishop Interviews, Mr Welby and the author Elif Shafak explored the topics of faith, doubt and depression.

"My own experience of depression - one of the symptoms of it is self-hatred, self-contempt, real, vicious sense of dislike of oneself," said Mr Welby.

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April 21 2022 By dvirtue Faithful Catholics urge orthodox media celebrity to 'come home to Rome'

No Room for Orthodoxy

"I'm an orthodox Anglican, and the Church of England has become very woke on issues in human sexuality, holy matrimony and transgenderism," Robinson lamented. "I prefer to stick to Scripture on these issues."

"The bishop of Fulham, Jonathan Baker, implied that it would be too 'turbulent' having me as a curate because there would be complaints about my views, due to my public profile," the ordinand told Church Militant.

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April 18 2022 By dvirtue UK: How does facilitating people-traffickers reflect the nature of God?

And this season is also why there are such serious ethical questions about sending asylum seekers overseas. The details are for politics and politicians. The principle must stand the judgement of God and it cannot. It cannot carry the weight of resurrection justice, of life conquering death. It cannot carry the weight of the resurrection that was first to the least valued, for it privileges the rich and strong.

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April 16 2022 By dvirtue Statement by the Archbishop of Canterbury after a church court rejected his views on church memorials

"As we reflect on Easter and the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ who we seek to follow, I would like to state unequivocally a key reason for His life, death and resurrection: to put to death people's inhumanity to each other. Chattel slavery was always against the teachings of our Lord. Embracing, excusing or justifying slavery, in particular chattel slavery in any form or fashion, is against the values of Christianity.

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April 04 2022 By dvirtue Church of England heads for chaos over same-sex marriage

It begins with an apology 'for the damage and hurt caused to the LGBT community'. It proceeds with the launch of a programme of 'discussions and learning about gender identity' to be completed this year. The House of Bishops will bring the process of 'decision-making to a conclusion' and their conclusions will be put to a vote in the General Synod next year. The new Synod has been elected and this issue will dominate all its discussions.

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March 20 2022 By dvirtue UK: Anglican bishops accused of abandoning over 2,000 ministers for opposing 'conversion therapy' bill

In December 2021, 2,546 Christian ministers and pastoral workers signed and delivered a letter -- called "Ministers' Consultation Response" -- to the U.K. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss MP, who is also the Minister for Women and Equalities.

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