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August 26 2021
ONLY A MINORITY OF AMERICAN CHRISTIANS BELIEVE IN SALVATION THROUGH CHRIST ALONE With American adults increasingly rejecting biblical answers to key questions of life--from meaning and purpose, to understanding the intrinsic value of human life, to the existence of objective tr
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August 25 2021
THE AMERICAN ANGLICAN COUNCIL IGNITES AT SUMMERVILLE, SC CONFERENCE The Ignite Conference seeks to answer the difficult questions currently facing the church.
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August 25 2021
The Cancel Culture Paradox But as I wrote the piece I was keenly aware of a paradox. First, it's clear that a large number of Americans are afraid to share their views, and for good reason.
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August 25 2021
J. I. Packer's Final Words to the Church For many who had appreciated and benefited from James Innell Packer's writing ministry--the author of more than 300 books, journal articles, book reviews, dictionary entries, and innumerable forewo
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August 25 2021
The Church in Wales set to bless same-sex unions in new Bill The new bill proposes offering a "service of blessing" to be used "experimentally" over the next five years at individual clergy's discretion.
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August 25 2021
Died: Thomas McKenzie, Defender and Definer of Anglicanism "I'm excited about my upcoming travels," McKenzie wrote on Twitter the day before his death, "but I know I'll miss my community.
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August 25 2021
Diocese of Long Island sued in case of alleged clergy sex abuse Retired, Rev. Wancura had assisted with services in several Episcopal parishes, including Holy Trinity in Greenport and Caroline in Setauket. It was there that Lew H.
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August 23 2021
A WATCHING WORLD In the third century, during the so-called Plague of Cyprian, a bishop named Dionysius described the actions of Christians who "Heedless of danger ...
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August 23 2021
An important letter from Archbishop Foley Beach Regarding the COVID-19 Situation in Myanmar The country is already struggling after the February 2021 coup. Now a third wave of COVID is decimating the country. This has hit the Anglican church especially hard and the crisis is worsening.
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