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September 20 2006 By virtueonline Communiqué from the Inter-Anglican Theological and Doctrinal Commission

The work of the Commission concentrated on three areas: continuation of the work of the Communion Study on which the Commission has been working since its formation in 2001, reflection on the proposal for an Anglican Covenant, and preparation for the 2008 Lambeth Conference.

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September 17 2006 By virtueonline Anglican Communion Institute Theologians Respond to SPREAD Petition

John Rodgers was one of the first consecrated Anglican Mission in American (AMiA) bishops and John Rucyahana not only serves in the province which created AMiA but notes that he himself sought soon after the last Lambeth conference to give 'episcopal oversight to Anglicans in anti-Scriptural ECUSA dioceses' (p22).

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September 09 2006 By virtueonline ORDAINING WOMEN AS DEACONS

--The Rev. Jason S. Patterson is the Assistant Rector of St. John's Anglican Church in Huntington Valley, Pennsylvania. He holds an M.A.R from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He was ordained to the priesthood in November 2004, making him the newest addition to the clergy at St. Johns.

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September 09 2006 By virtueonline Author Finds Common Ground between Anglicans and Roman Catholics

"My hope is that those who read this book will come away with a correct and more complete understanding of the doctrine of the undivided church in regard to the sacraments and sacred ministry," says Redmile, "especially in regard to the reality of the apostolic succession and the need to uphold its integrity and transmit it to future generations."

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August 21 2006 By virtueonline NIGERIA: Coming Over to America to Help

* Love of a person means acceptance and love of the person's sins.

* The Holy Spirit stopped convincing of sin (John 19: 8 ) and became a dispensable adviser.

* The Holy Scriptures lost relevance as the 'developed industrialized world' could respond to many human problems.

* Different people could propound any new teaching as long as it makes the listeners feel good. 2Tim 3:3-4

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August 19 2006 By virtueonline The historic Anglican Standards of Worship, Doctrine and Discipline

At the same time, all genuinely Christian Churches have Creeds, Confessions of Faith, Books of Liturgy and Canon Law in order to make the authority and content of the Holy Bible to be understood, received and used within the Church.

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August 17 2006 By virtueonline Fellowship of the Ring Bearers: Rowan Cantuar' Ascent to Beijing 2006

Dr Michael Poon has written an insightful article on the church in China and how she may contribute to the Anglican Communion

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July 25 2006 By virtueonline True colours of modern Christianity

A rebel is one who breaks with tradition or with some widely accepted organisation or set of ideas. In neither case does Jensen seem in the Che Guevara class.

Take, for example, the origin of the current crisis, the consecration in the United States of an openly gay man as a bishop. Most Australians would know this is a break with Anglican tradition. But many seem to believe it represents some sort of mainstream opinion within contemporary Anglicanism. This is not so.

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