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January 14 2024 By dvirtue The War in Israel is about Religion, not just the Land or Politics

"Palestine is a land that was seized by a racist, anti-human and colonial Zionist project that was founded on a false promise (the Balfour Declaration), on recognition of a usurping entity and on imposing a fait accompli by force.

"Palestine symbolizes the resistance that shall continue until liberation is accomplished, until the return is fulfilled and until a fully sovereign state is established with Jerusalem as its capital.

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January 09 2024 By dvirtue EVANGELICALS AT CROSSROADS IN CHURCH OF ENGLAND

"Does my lord bishop really think that God cannot change His mind in keeping with an upwardly evolving society, the joys of multiculturalism, pluriformity and the rich diversity now found in England?"

"Is the member not mightier than the sword, my lord Bishop."

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January 04 2024 By dvirtue Religious Liberals Call for An End to War in Gaza; But Are They Right?

At least 21,500 Gazans have been killed, and almost 56,000 injured, while a staggering 1.9 million people -- more than 80% of the population -- have been displaced.

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December 30 2023 By dvirtue YEAR IN REVIEW: TOP TEN ANGLICAN STORIES OF 2023

No. 3 Fourteen Primates and ten observers from the GSFA meet in Cairo to reaffirm biblical doctrine of marriage. They call for a "reset of the communion" turning up the heat on Archbishop Justin Welby.

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December 28 2023 By dvirtue Why the Global South will win the Spiritual and Culture Wars in the Anglican Communion

Welby has been permanently sidelined by outspoken archbishops like Henry Ndukuba of Nigeria, Mouneer Anis of Egypt, Justin Badi of South Sudan and James Wong of the Indian Ocean. A raft of other archbishops in both GAFCON and the GSFA have signed off on the archbishop's leadership, politely but firmly declaring they will have nothing more to do with him.

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December 26 2023 By dvirtue CHURCHES COMPLICIT IN ANTI-ISRAEL HATRED

In nearly all the public and private tirades against Israel, Hamas is generally ignored, or statistics are thrown around that 1200 dead Israelis do not justify 20,000+ dead Palestinians. It is disproportionate we are told. This is a very transactional view of human lives, but it makes bad press for Israel and fails to add that if you build tunnels under hospitals and schools, hide behind ordinary citizens while firing rockets at the IDF, don't expect ordinary citizens not to die.

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December 18 2023 By dvirtue Anglican Church of Canada supports ceasefire but onus is on Israel not Hamas

Does Trudeau even care what Anglican and Lutheran bishops think about Middle Eastern wars. Does Israel and Hamas care even less. Still, it is only fitting that the ACoC is applauding this resolution from the UN, an organization that is only a little bit less corrupt than the ACoC itself, opined David of Samizdat an orthodox Canadian commentator.

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December 17 2023 By dvirtue CHURCH OF ENGLAND: BISHOPS HAVE TURNED AWAY FROM THE GOSPEL AND EMBRACED SIN

Its bishops have done the unthinkable; they have turned away from the gospel of Jesus Christ and embraced sin. Jesus must be weeping. Never mind that prominent LGBT activist Jayne Ozanne has claimed that repentance is not central to the gospel. Positioning herself as a "gay evangelical" Christian, she argued that "if repentance is not a salvation matter" then the church doesn't need to uphold biblical sexual ethics. That should tell you all you need to know. She is not alone.

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December 15 2023 By dvirtue World opinion turns against Israel

According to the report "Martyred Christians in Nigeria" issued by Intersociety, over the past 14 years at least 52,250 Nigerian Christians have been brutally murdered at the hands of Islamist militants. Where is the universal outrage by the world at this slaughter of innocent Christians? This never makes the MSM.

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December 11 2023 By dvirtue MOZAMBIQUE: Anglican Church Moves to Expel Archbishop Over Fixed Election

A letter signed by 10 of the province's 12 bishops, demanded Matsinhe's resignation as archbishop of the Anglican church for failing to perform his civic duties as the president of the National Elections Commission. (CNE) A Nov. 14 meeting of the Standing Committee of the 23rd Session of the Diocesan Synod of the Anglican Church that had Matsinhe's fate as the only agenda item was postponed after the defendant insisted on having armed guard accompany him to the meeting.

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