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March 20 2021 By dvirtue NO SIN IN SODOMY SAY EPISCOPAL BISHOPS

Newark Bishop Carlye Hughes called the news "a heartbreaker" in a video message to her northern New Jersey diocese. "I can't speak for any other denomination. I can speak for mine. I want you to know that in this church ... we recognize your goodness and we are delighted that we are all part of the same denomination, looking for God, celebrating God, sharing God's love."

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March 18 2021 By dvirtue Diocese of Eau Claire is in its Death Throes

The less-populated northern dioceses of Eau Claire and Fond du Lac nearly merged in 2011, but that plan ultimately was defeated in a close vote by the Fond du Lac diocesan convention. Now 10 years later, leaders from all three Wisconsin dioceses told ENS they are open to greater collaboration.

Christ Church Cathedral in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is one of only two congregations in the Diocese of Eau Claire that averages more than 80 worshippers on Sundays.

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March 17 2021 By dvirtue Vatican and ACNA Slam the Door on Homosexual Marriage

The statement made it clear that this "does not preclude the blessings given to individual persons with homosexual inclinations, who manifest the will to live in fidelity to the revealed plans of God as proposed by Church teaching." It is homosexual unions that are the problem, not homosexuals.

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March 16 2021 By dvirtue FOUR BISHOPS WHO HAVE NOW LEFT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH

In March 2007, Herzog and his wife Carol joined the Roman Catholic Church. In an act of generosity, Bishop Love stated that Herzog and his wife would continue to be welcome at diocesan events.

In April 2010, presiding bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori restored Herzog to the ministry of the Episcopal Church. His return to ECUSA was page one news at the time.

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March 11 2021 By dvirtue 'He will Guide us into all truth,' but is it Gene Robinson's understanding of truth?

First, all religious beliefs do not change over time. That is pure fiction.

Secondly, God has not changed his mind about how we should behave sexually. Scripture cannot be written and then rewritten or redacted to make it mean something else.

"But when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide you into all the truth. He will not speak on his own; he will speak only what he hears, and he will tell you what is yet to come". John 16:13

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March 08 2021 By dvirtue Untangling the Anglican Mess: Welby Cherry Picks Lambeth Resolution 1:10

Thou shalt not sodomize thy neighbor nor thy neighbor's cow nor anything that is thy neighbors, (a loose rendition of Leviticus & Deuteronomy.) Butt (if you'll pardon the pun), you may feel the pain of those who believe they should be allowed to sodomize whomever. If thou dost protest, thou shalt be called homophobic...at a very minimum and cast into outer Anglican darkness. (The ACNA is not recognized by the Archbishop of Canterbury).

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March 06 2021 By dvirtue ACNA's C4SO DIOCESE MIGHT BE TOO TRENDY FOR MANY ANGLICANS

Some of his statements and positions, however, are causing consternation and embarrassment to the Church's hierarchy.

Hunter did not agree with the recent statement put out by the ACNA College of Bishops over homosexuality and issued his own, rival pastoral guidance.

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March 05 2021 By dvirtue Archbishop Welby Blasts Nigerian Primate over Homosexual Comments

"I completely disagree with and condemn this language. It is unacceptable. It dehumanizes those human beings of whom the statement speaks," blasted Welby.

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March 04 2021 By dvirtue IS GOD ANTI-GAY?

But, as Francis Schaeffer reminded me years ago, if we don't fight the battle where the battle is being fought, then we will only beat the air with our words.

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March 01 2021 By dvirtue Are Orthodox Anglicans in Danger of Tearing Apart over Limits to Homosexual Acceptance?

The ACNA statement outlined three questions:
• What should our biblical and pastoral response be to those within our Church who self-identify as Christians with same-sex attraction? This raises two more related questions:
• What is the biblical vision for transformation with regard to same-sex attraction?
• What is the most helpful language to employ in describing the reality of same-sex attraction?

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