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March 03 2020 By virtueonline The Episcopal Church's Fruits of Heresy - American Thinker

Virtue tells the depressing, detailed "story of a once proud Christian denomination that stood as a landmark church in a nation that has seen presidents, senators and business leaders pass through its hallowed red doors." "Spiritual and ecclesiastical death marks the present and future state of this denomination" today as Episcopal Church membership has cratered from a 1966 peak of 3,647,297, to 1,676,349 in 2018. Particularly the 2003 consecration of noncelibate homosexual V.

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March 03 2020 By virtueonline Learning from the case of Jean Vanier

Jean Vanier lived the Gospel in such a beautiful way that few who met him could fail to be caught up in it. I join countless people around the world in deep sorrow at his death, and great gratitude for his life. His generosity of spirit and Christian hospitality embraced the whole world -- supremely those with learning difficulties. His L'Arche communities were places for the so-called weak to teach the self-perceived strong.

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February 28 2020 By virtueonline Iranians are Losing Their Islamic Religion

Estimates vary about Christianity's Iranian revival, with some suggesting in 2019 that "70 percent of Iran's people have rejected Islam." Like others, Open Doors, an aid organization for Christians persecuted worldwide, cited at least 500,000 Iranian Christians that same year, compared to 500 known evangelical Christians in 1979, while some sources claimed one million covert believers.

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February 27 2020 By virtueonline The Church, Apostasy and Homosexuality

I have written on both of these vital ethical issues hundreds of times now -- in books and in articles. And I have demonstrated how countless believers and churches have already crashed and burned as they promote these things. So many have been utterly snookered by the enemy into believing these things are just peachy, and that a follower of Jesus can somehow be involved in both. They are of course fully deceived, and they are sadly dragging so many others down with them.

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February 27 2020 By virtueonline Visiting One of the Largest & Most Vibrant ACNA Churches in the Anglican Diocese in New England

Sharing Holy Communion with our church family in Hartford that morning was deeply moving. Bruised and cold hands, shaped by the harshness of the elements, reached out for the sacrament. Prayer pervaded every moment of their time together. At one point in the service church members were encouraged to huddle up in groups of three, laying hands upon each other and praying with power and compassion.

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February 26 2020 By virtueonline ACNA priest behind viral anti-Trump blog warns president may be 'God's judgement on America'

He ultimately decided to publish a blog post on his church's website, nearly a week before voters flocked to the polls on Super Tuesday, about the surging Republican candidate. The post was uncharacteristically titled: "This Isn't Funny Anymore: Why I'm Voting Against Donald Trump."

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Speaking in Parliament on Thursday, Rees-Mogg warned that the service providers running the seven tour venues were in danger of discriminating against Graham "unlawfully on grounds of religion and belief."

"The U.K. has robust protections for freedom of speech and freedom of religion, and the price of living in a free, plural society is tolerating views and beliefs that we disagree with or are even offended by," Rees-Mogg told members of Parliament.

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Titled Querida Amazonía, the exhortation seemed to signal a paradigm shift in the pontificate of Francis, as it resoundingly affirmed the evangelization of the Amazonian peoples in the words of the apostle Paul to the Corinthians: "We are not ashamed of Jesus Christ" and "Woe to me if I do not preach the gospel!"

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February 12 2020 By virtueonline Is Critical Race Theory Compatible with Christian Faith?

Swain is black. She faced her share of racism from whites. She had to overcome failed marriages, bouts of depression, and ostracism. Recently she wrote about how she succeeded against such overwhelming odds. "I was convinced that I was born into a land of opportunity. Despite being born black and poor, I learned that one's attitude toward life was far more important than your race or social class in determining what you will accomplish" (Race and Covenant, Acton Books, 2020, chapter 10).

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February 11 2020 By virtueonline Incoming Archbishop of York Argues the Church Will Lose Evangelistic Credibility If It Holds to the Biblical Teachings on Sexuality

But from our perspective, the most important issue here is the language used by the incoming Archbishop of York concerning why the church must change its position on human sexuality and join the revolution. He said this, "Same sex relationships and same sex marriage are not only considered normal," he means in the society, "but positively taught and encouraged in many homes and schools as a social good.

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