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September 14 2021
Second Female Bishop consecrated in Kenya The colorful ceremony took place at the Butere girls school sports ground in western Kenya. She has become the fourth Bishop of Butere diocese.
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September 14 2021
Francis Collins 'a bit' frustrated with evangelicals amid COVID-19 vaccine push Collins said he hopes the "much more muscular requirements" will make "a big difference" in reducing the number of unvaccinated Americans, noting the country needs to vaccinate at least five times
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September 13 2021
College of Bishops publishes Diocese of Aberdeen & Orkney review The College, having read the report and having listened to Bishop Anne, noted these concerns, and the concerns shared by other members of the College after reading the report.
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September 13 2021
Former archbishops split on assisted suicide, and there's no Anglican via media The arguments are well known and well-rehearsed: it is essentially a choice between human autonomy and the sanctity of life, with both sides claiming human compassion, societal virtue and clinical
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September 11 2021
FT WORTH: Appeals court denies TEC parties permission to remove property In its April 2021 response to the Petition for mandamus, the Diocese argued, "We entered an agreement in 2015 regarding personal property," noting that the agreement covered both the funds and furn
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September 10 2021
Will the Church of England soon follow the Church in Wales on same-sex marriage? She said: "I'm thrilled to hear of this significant step by the Church in Wales towards a fully inclusive church today.
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September 10 2021
Justin Welby is missing a trick on climate change Asked about meat, he said he had cut down, but mainly for health and financial reasons.
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September 10 2021
Amid Covid Surge, Loved Ones Worry for These Unvaccinated Evangelicals According to Michelle, they have been staunchly opposed to masks since the pandemic's early days, and when they both contracted mild cases late last year, it only served to validate their denial of
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