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November 01 2004 By virtueonline American Evangelicalism: A Non-Prophet Organization

You know what the church needs more than Joan Rivers needs her plastic surgeon, a case of support hose and a lifetime supply of Xanax? We need ten thousand John get-out-of-my-face-and-get-on-your-knees-before-God the
Baptists. That’s right: we need a mega-dose of truly prophetic ministers
to lead us in these days of adversity.

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October 31 2004 By virtueonline INTERIM MINISTRY, INTERIM HOPE - by Chip Nix


Taking the long view, all ministry is Interim Ministry, but the importance of the Interim time between rectors in a church's life (or as we experience today in our Denomination's life) cannot be overstated. We all feel the anxiety and the high stakes.

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October 30 2004 By virtueonline A Wasted Year: A Tragic Forty Years - by Robert Seitz

The campaign to patiently, purposely destroy the Christian Church began many years ago.

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October 29 2004 By virtueonline WINDSOR REPORT: Re-inventing the Basis of the Bonds of Affection - by Peter Toon

The doctrinal basis of the Bonds of Affection was, from the seventeenth century through to the arrival of “liturgical renewal” in the 1970s, the Anglican Formularies – i.e., the Sacred Scriptures, the ecumenical Creeds, the Book of Common Prayer [the edition of 1662 or of one based upon this], the Ordinal [again that of 1662 or one based on it] and the Articles of Religion.

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October 29 2004 By virtueonline THE WINDSOR REPORT IS BOUND TO FAIL - by Peter Jensen

The opening passages of the Report, with its use of Ephesians is impressive. It lays on us a moral obligation to the exercise of communion. But, as the Report also acknowledges, part of what draws Anglicans together is an identity that arises from a particular history.

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My concern is that we are in for a rude awakening such as we have never experienced before.

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October 24 2004 By virtueonline PHILADELPHIA: Activist Anglo-Catholic layman writes Queen

Surely you are aware that the heresies of the American church have caused increasing distress to faithful Anglicans in America. More troubling even than the unrepentant sinfulness of the bishop of New Hampshire, ECUSA seems to have rejected tradition and the supremacy of Holy Scripture, while falsely claiming to uphold both. Indeed, our presiding bishop has already mocked the Windsor report in his published statement.

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October 23 2004 By virtueonline EKKLESIA head says Africans will act in Lagos over Windsor Report flop

In Lango Diocese in Northern Uganda, conditions are very hard. By Western standards, they are quite desperate. 26 of the 75 parishes in the diocese have been overrun by rebels. The people have fled and there are refugees in the other villages and towns in the Southern part of the diocese. When I told the Bishop, Charles Odurkami that we had raised some money for relief he replied, “Oh thank God. But if you could…could you send half of it to Soroti Diocese?

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October 23 2004 By virtueonline FLORIDA: Rector looks at Windsor Report - by Sam Pascoe

Third, I am assuming that the people who wrote the report are good people trying to do a good job at a tough time on a hard subject.

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October 22 2004 By virtueonline “A First Step in the Right Direction” - by Gregory O. Brewer

Several affirmations are helpful, significant and worthy of note:

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