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June 18 2021 By dvirtue Episcopal Church Slams SCOTUS Decision Siding with Catholic Foster Agency

"Scholars can debate the broader legal implications of the decision, but as a Christian, I continue to be alarmed by the bigotry that lies at the case's heart," Jennings said in a statement to Episcopal News Service. "Religious liberty is a bedrock of our country and a right cherished by Americans of many faiths.

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June 17 2021 By dvirtue REC Presiding Bishop Condemns Critical Race Theory, Homosexuality

"Although not everyone is a racist...[or] that all police are racist, Christians must speak the truth in love and peace with the standard of the Word of God. This calls for the application of a Biblical world view to provide not only the Scriptural understanding of race, but to avoid being conformed to the world by secular racial theories. Christians therefore must be extremely careful not to rely on secular theories and worldviews regarding any subject such as race and racism."

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June 16 2021 By dvirtue The Updating of God: God 2.0 is on the way, says TEC Presiding Bishop

"If only the church had recognized LGBTQ folk in the first century, we wouldn't be in the mess we are in today. We wouldn't have all this nonsense about the need for inclusion and diversity. God definitely needs a refit," said Curry as he waved a gay flag out the window of 815 2nd Avenue.

"I can't imagine Jesus not having lunch with LGBTQ members, feeling their pain of exclusion and telling them to go and sin some more. What sort of a God of inclusion would She be?"

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June 15 2021 By dvirtue ACNA Diocese Launches Outreach to Haiti

"The formation of the Living Word Anglican Mission in Haiti marks a new era of Gospel ministry for the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word. This diocese has always been focused on missionary work.

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June 13 2021 By dvirtue TWO ANGLICAN MISSIONARIES SEE GROWTH OF CHRISTIAN FAITH IN MIDDLE EAST

Since the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, Kurdistan, an autonomous Kurdistan region within Iraq is one of the few places that remains safe for foreign visitors. Iraqi Kurdistan is considered relatively safe to go to. However, ISIS fundamentalists are becoming increasingly active again.

Traditional Christians make up about 2% of the Iraqi Christian population. During Saddam's time there were 2,000,000+ Christians in Iraq. Today the number is approximately 130,000.

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June 10 2021 By dvirtue WHY REVIVAL TARRIES

Evangelicals love quoting 2 Chronicles 7:14, "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land."

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June 09 2021 By dvirtue EPISCOPAL CHURCH AFFIRMS GAY PRIDE MONTH WITH LGBTQI WAFERS, WINE AND FLAG

"I am ordering all homo affirming parishes to paint gay flag colors on communion wafers and to make sure the 'cup of salvation' is suitably inscribed to Louie the Lost, who helped steer the church in the direction it has gone.

"God only knows, and She ain't sayin', but we believe rainbow flags should be in every parish in America, replacing the American and Christian flags," said Curry.

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May 31 2021 By dvirtue Bullying, Lack of Pastoral Experience appears to undo a Bishop's Episcopacy

How did this happen when so many other candidates were probably better qualified?

A history lesson is in order.

Dakin was born In Tanzania, but grew up in Kenya where his father Stanley Dakin, 91 (and still alive) was General Secretary for Church Army Africa.

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May 29 2021 By dvirtue A TALE OF THREE ANGLICAN ARCHBISHOPS

"Bishop Azad Marshall is a godly, Biblical, and good man of God. His heart for young people and caring for those in need is an example to us all. He is a tremendous leader and I look forward to serving with him in the coming years," ACNA Archbishop Foley Beach told VOL.

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May 27 2021 By dvirtue ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA LEADERS CALL FOR "SALVATION DAY" WITHOUT MENTIONING JESUS

In a remarkable display of hubris, The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls Archbishop and Primate, Anglican Church of Canada along with The Most Rev. Mark MacDonald, National Indigenous Anglican Archbishop, have called for an Earth Day without a single mention of Jesus. Jesus is apparently not necessary, or consulted, and whose coming reign on the earth seems irrelevant to the situation. The Rev. Susan Johnson, National Bishop, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada added her approval to the idea.

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