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Bishop Michael Curry says he could 'feel the presence of slaves' at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials and called it a 'sign of hope' for the future

St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle is not exactly a plantation where one might be excused for feeling the "presence of slaves".

But Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, the leader of half a million practicing Episcopalians said he did and it was accurately reported in a British newspaper.

The Church has failed Bishop Bell. Public Retraction Sought

Both have the power to heal serious divisions within a Cathedral community - and beyond it.

It is also within their power to commission another investigation into 'mistaken identity'. 'Carol' was clearly abused when she was 8 years old -- and she should be fully believed and supported -- but there is now clear evidence her abuser was not Bishop Bell.

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As leftists threaten to burn down the republic forever, where are America's voices of freedom?

The ideas she represents would burn down the republic forever. Rioters, looters and arsonists can be countered by law and order, but the ideas behind the radical left cannot be stopped by riot shields, tear gas and bullet proof vests. The defense America needs today is not a matter for the National Guard or the Seventh Fleet. America requires voices on behalf of foundational ideas of freedom.

AMY CONEY BARRETT: A Faithful Judge for our Times

According to Wikipedia, People of Praise is a Christian community. As a parachurch organization, membership is open to any baptized Christian who affirms the Nicene Creed and agrees to the community's covenant. Most of its members are Catholics, but Protestants can also join, reflecting the ecumenical nature of People of Praise. People of Praise has 22 branches in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean, with approximately 1,700 members. It founded Trinity Schools, which are aligned with the philosophy of Classical Christian education.

The curious case of Kristie Higgs: where is the Church of England?

Despite the two posts not mentioning her employer, and having been published under her maiden name (so quite untraceable to her school), the Headteacher, Matthew Evans, instructed Kristie Higgs' 'friend' to trawl through her Facebook account to find more 'offensive' material. It seems these two posts alone were insufficient evidence of her danger to children, so Kristie Higgs' 'friend' (not) was appointed Chief Offence Archaeologist, and given a mission to discover potential offensive sentences and outrageous words she used a decade ago.

Ravi Zacharias's Ministry Investigates Claims of Sexual Misconduct at Spas

RZIM denies the claims, saying in a statement to CT that the charges of sexual misconduct "do not in any way comport with the man we knew for decades." The organization has hired a law firm "with experience investigating such matters" to look into the allegations, which date back at least 10 years. RZIM declined to answer any further questions about the inquiry.

Good and Bad Pluralism in America: A Critical Christian Response to David French

IF the early Christians had believed this, Christianity would have died out quickly. Unity with the Jews would have required shutting up about the Resurrection of Jesus. But as the Holy Spirit made clear through Peter, "We must obey God rather than men!" (For context, see Acts 5:27-29).


In his book, Civilization and its Discontents, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) saw guilt as an indispensable building block for civilization, but he also saw it as civilization's chief discontent. He maintained that without a society that is capable of carrying a significant weight of responsibility, and its inevitable offspring of guilt, civilization will face a towering of responsibility, more violence, less honesty in politics, government, science and education -- a general drift toward decadence.

'God is calling us to repent of our known sins' -- Archbishop Foley Beach

"God is calling his Church to repent so the Holy Spirit can do a work in us even now. It is not just asking God's forgiveness, but repentance and turning away from our sin, it is changing our minds from doing our will to doing God's will."

Beach cried out, "Brothers and sisters, God is calling his church to repent of the known sin in our lives What are your known sins, the ones you know about; it is time to repent? Our nation needs a fired up hot church not a lukewarm or cold church. Our nation needs followers of Jesus not tepid, apathetic and religiously cold people."

Thinking About Augustine

In 391, while in Hippo (where he was well known by reputation) he was ordained a priest. According to some stories, this was almost done against his will. Yet, within five years, he was made Bishop of Hippo. In his episcopate, we once again see a modern man. In addition to his pastoral duties within Hippo, he traveled to church councils in the region of North Africa – forty to fifty times over the course of the 35 years he served as bishop. He made the nine-day journey to Carthage, the metropolitan see, for meetings with other bishops some thirty times.

ENGLAND: 'Renewal' for church is coming despite 'trauma' of pandemic, say archbishops

He said churches have played a vital role serving their communities and bringing hope through the gospel. But the Church itself will, he said, emerge changed.

"We do not know what kind of Church of England will emerge from this time except that it will be different," he said.

"It will be changed by the reality that for the first time all churches have closed -- first time in 800 years. It will be changed because for the first time we have worshipped virtually."

Anglican priest sues Church of Uganda over failure to consecrate him as Bishop

Court clerk Maureen Namata said, "the Rev Oode filed the suit on September 14 at the Kampala Civil Division. He sued the registered trustees of the Church of Uganda."

She said that in the suit it is indicated that Rev. Oode's consecration was revoked by the Archbishop of Church of Uganda, The Most Rev. Stephen Kazimba on December 16th 2019.

In his suit, Oode said the revocation of his consecration tarnished his reputation and has caused economic loss, psychological torture and mental anguish.

NIGERIA: Primate Ndukuba Proposes University of Technology and Intensive Evangelism

Primate Ndukuba also called on Dioceses to harness the skills of health professionals in the church and to implore the training of health professionals in the production of pharmaceuticals and set up research laboratories, pointing out that health, as a proven medical outreach, is a powerful tool and a support for missions and evangelism.

Common humanity and vulnerability of women stressed by UK Forum on FORB

Over eighty minutes the importance of a common humanity was stressed in the face of identity politics. This was urged from the perspective of all major faiths. The forum is intended to strengthen participants' resolve against the forces of division.


Betrayed Trust, Part Three: Ravi Zacharias Claimed Accusers in Sexting Scandal Were Extortionists, But Evidence Indicates Otherwise

Yet a piece of evidence that seemingly contradicts this narrative is a demand letter the couple's lawyer at the time, Mark Bryant, sent to Zacharias in April 2017.

The letter claimed that Zacharias had "caused irreparable harm to the Thompson family." And it stated that instead of "protracted and public litigation," the Thompsons would sign a release of Zacharias and his ministry for "the amount of $5 million dollars."

Ravi Zacharias And The Sexual Binge & Purge Cycle of Evangelical Men

Months later, after Thompson and Zacharias had signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) confining them to silence, Zacharias publicly released a statement to CT, painting Thompson as the predator."


Anglican Archbishop Foley Beach is among the leaders calling for the nation to repentance. There are no Episcopal bishops visible among the leaders calling for repentance.

You can watch a video below to learn more and forward this story to your pastor to encourage them to participate. When they sign on with us, they'll receive the Repentance Sunday Guide immediately, so they can plan for this Sunday.


Such is only one example of the 250 million Christians in 144 countries whom the Truro Report, over a year ago, described as the most persecuted community in the world. The report had recommended that UK Aid should be made conditional on adherence to Article 18 of the UN Declaration on Human Rights that enshrined the right to change religion.

Anglican Church of Uganda to Reopen

Addressing the nation on Sunday night, Museveni said that Churches can start operating so long as they follow COVID-19 guidelines set up by the government.

Museveni said churches can operate so long as people in each service do not exceed 70. "People can now go for fellowship and prayers in their churches."

However, he said that Sunday schools for children cannot take place. He also said that night prayers are also forbidden.

WORCESTER, MA: Former Episcopal priest gets 6 years on child porn charge

Lisby pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography in February after investigators found hundreds of images of child pornography in his online storage.

Lisby has been removed from the priesthood, the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts said.

Lisby also previously worked as a kindergarten teacher, but authorities say there is no evidence of abuse during that time.

Explaining Evangelicalism Today: An Interview with John Stackhouse

Stackhouse, who formerly taught at the University of Manitoba, is writing a book on evangelicalism--what it is, what it isn't, and how it is different from what we see in the U.S.--for Oxford University Press. Before it comes out next year, I asked him a few questions about the book and the state of evangelicalism today.

The book is due out next year.

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Culture Wars Ramp up * Exclusive Interview with Archbishop Foley Beach * ACNA and EMC Enter into Concordat * Galli Goes to Rome * Ravi Zacharias Faces More Revelations * Will Revival Come to America? * Canadian Bishops Rejoice at Life on Venus * More

The new religion of anti-racism has its own version of original sin. It holds that people with one skin color have a harmful privilege that is possessed even by those who hate racism. They will never be able to be cleansed of that original sin. This new religion of diversity has its own baptismal liturgy, in which you confess all that is associated with your skin color and your complicity in slavery and Jim Crow and continued racism--even if you have always detested slavery and Jim Crow and racism. -- Gerald McDermott


Pastors must also face what some sociologists have called the new cult of anti-racism. John McWhorter, the black professor of literature at Columbia University, has written that this new "anti-racism is a profoundly religious movement in everything but terminology." Religious, but not the religion of Jesus.

Anglican Archbishop Addresses Culture Wars, Church, Politics and Race in a Time of COVID

VOL: Who was critical in you coming to know Jesus Christ? A person? A book?

ARCHBISHOP BEACH: Pastor Ron Irvin prayed with me to receive Christ at age 12. Rev. Mike Carreker and Rev. Bill Murray helped me to understand following him. Since those early days, God has used numerous people and books to help me know and understand Jesus better.

THE BOOK THAT I SHALL NEVER READ: The New Testament in Its World

Holy Scripture carries the message of divine redemption quite adequately and accurately on its own. It is sufficient for the communication of a complete salvation. The simplicity of the "way of salvation" is its cardinal quality as to its comprehension and magnificent charm. The Old Testament lays the basis for the Gospel and the New Testament explicates the welcome message to the full.

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