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September 12 2019 By virtueonline A Village vicar has resigned because he cannot agree with Oxford Diocese guidance on same-sex issues

The 53-year-old told residents living near Abingdon: "While many things in life are simply a matter of personal preference and taste, this kind of relativism does not apply to Christian doctrine.

"God himself has set controls and boundaries in place in order to keep his beloved people safe.

"Sadly this no longer seems to be the view of the bishops in our diocese.

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September 12 2019 By virtueonline "Is Church History?" -- The Church of England Might Be

Greenbelt is a prominent liberal Christian event that began as a music festival in 1974 and has since morphed into an all-inclusive festival of faith, art, and music. Most of the talks at Greenbelt focus on the role of the church in modern society and how it should act.

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September 09 2019 By virtueonline 'This isn't f****** Disneyland': Furious drunk man storms cathedral after crazy golf course installed in nave

He shouted: "This isn't f***ing Disneyland, this is a f***ing cathedral, this is a f***ing disgrace."

Feeney pleaded guilty to riotous, violent or indecent behaviour in a churchyard and one count of common assault at Medway Magistrates' Court in Kent on Tuesday.

He said he was "extremely sorry" and "extremely ashamed" about the incident.

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September 09 2019 By virtueonline Indian scientist demolishes Archbishop Welby's climate alarmism as 'disastrous' for India's poor

Jayaraj, who worked on numerous international assignments, including the Climate Resilience plan for the UK's Department for International Development (DFID), called Welby a "brand ambassador of the climate crisis movement," observing that contrary's to the archbishop's claims, "India's agricultural output is at an all-time record high."

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September 02 2019 By virtueonline Justin Welby calls for Remainers to 'stop whingeing' and accept the result of the Brexit referendum

But in comments made during a question and answer session two days before it emerged that he was in talks to chair the forum, Archbishop Welby stated that he was a "democrat" and did not support the campaign for a second Brexit referendum.

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August 29 2019 By virtueonline Pharaoh Justin Welby Is Bent On Buggering Up Brexit

This foible, in his otherwise flawless character, makes him the note-perfect candidate for "treasons, stratagems, and spoils," i.e. for buggering up Brexit and screwing up democracy.

The Archbishop of Canterbury -- a fawning Europhile and fervid Remainer -- is now plotting feverishly to subvert Brexit and veto the democratic will of the people as expressed in the 2016 referendum.

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August 28 2019 By virtueonline 'CORNEL WILDE' NO ROLE MODEL FOR THE NEW GENERATION OF ENGLISH EVANGELICAL LEADERS

His decision to write under a nom be plume was ironic because of his observation that in the wake of the revelations in June in The Daily Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/06/21/minister-spiritually-abused-vulnerable/ about Jonathan Fletcher's abuse 'there is also a feeling that those who should be concerned with bringing the truth out into the open, and, who presumabl

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August 27 2019 By virtueonline Iain Duncan Smith slams Archbishop of Canterbury's 'deeply inappropriate' plans to chair citizen's assembly aimed at averting No Deal Brexit

The assembly would be convened next month, according to The Times. Last night Lambeth Palace did not deny the claims.

'I generally don't criticise the Archbishop but he shouldn't allow himself to be tempted into what is essentially a very political issue right now,' said Mr Duncan Smith.

'This assembly is designed to destabilise Boris Johnson's position'.

Welby is said to be liaising with a cross-party group of senior MPs over a series of public meetings.

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August 18 2019 By virtueonline Archbishop of Canterbury Hosts Muslim Gabfest as Peers Push Abortion on Northern Ireland

Lamenting the truancy of the Lords Spiritual on the bishops' bench, Lord McCrea of Magherafelt and Cookstown told the House of Lords that the issues being discussed had "tremendous moral implications for our nation, especially in Northern Ireland."

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August 15 2019 By virtueonline Justin Welby 'to give evidence' as investigation begins into Church camps where boys were beaten

The investigation will try to establish which Church staff knew about the abuse, whether they responded appropriately and whether the attacks could have been prevented.

Smyth, a former barrister, was the chairman of the Iwerne Trust between 1974 and 1981. The organisation invited boys and young men from public schools, including students from Winchester College, to the camps, known as "Bash camps".

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