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September 18 2019 By virtueonline America's Gaystapo Receives Three Serious Setbacks

The left has already won with the Obergefell ruling, a landmine ruling that not even President Trump has dared to publicly step on or tweet about, even though he has addressed the abortion issue with public acclamation from evangelicals.

The deeper truth is that any criticism of homosexual behavior already proscribed by mainline churches and leftist elites would suddenly now be met with hate "crime" charges resulting in heavy fines and jail time.

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September 13 2019 By virtueonline Welby's India Trip Proves to be Major Miscalculation in Ecclesiastical Diplomacy

"Prostrating himself before a memorial to those shot in the Jallianwala Bagh walled garden in Amritsar, the Most Rev Justin Welby said that the shootings were a crime and a sin.

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September 11 2019 By virtueonline Welby refuses to sign Jerusalem Declaration

The member for South Holland and The Deepings, the Rt. Hon. Sir John Hayes (Cons.) tabled six questions to Dame Caroline Spelman (Cons.) the Second Church Estates Commissioner in Parliament on the Anglican Communion, GAFCON, and the Church of England on 24 July 2019. Mrs. Spelman responded as follows:

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September 06 2019 By virtueonline The Decline and Fall of the Church in Wales

In Sept. 2014, I headlined a story, "The Washed-Up World of the Anglican Church of Wales." In it I quoted the Anglican Archbishop of Wales, the Most Rev. Dr. Barry Morgan, as saying that he would resist the founding of another province with every fiber of his body. He was, of course, alluding to the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). He made this statement at the 2009 Virginia Annual Council.

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September 01 2019 By virtueonline Episcopal Church Numbers Continue to Plummet

On the Average Sunday Attendance (ASA) side of the ledger, TEC dipped below one million active domestic worshippers in 2015 when the numbers dropped to 579,780 people in the pews and churchwide figures fell in 2017 to 585,997 Sunday worshippers.

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August 27 2019 By virtueonline African Anglicans are the future of the Anglican Communion

Welby is either acting like he doesn't know what is really going on, or he knows what is going on and believes he can win over evangelicals and Anglo-Catholics. It is in the category of shout loud, argument weak. But the die has been cast and he cannot stop the flow of history which is away from Canterbury and Lambeth Palace and better located in say, Abuja or even Jerusalem.

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August 24 2019 By virtueonline Church of South India Lay Anglican leaders Urge Kerala Chief Minister Not to Receive Welby

"The Archbishop of Canterbury has no relevance for faithful in the state. The CSI is according him such a mammoth welcome to cover up the rot that has set in the Church and the state guest status provides a semblance of respect to the Church," said Valson Thampu, former principal of St Stephen's College, Delhi.

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August 20 2019 By virtueonline Clergy Sexual Abuse in the Roman Catholic Church just as Rampant in Church of England

"There are a number of serving bishops who stand accused of turning a blind eye to chronic sexual abuse by other members of the clergy. There are allegations of collusion, manipulation and complicity in cover-up for reputational preservation, and even of cover-up of the cover-up. And the evidence is persuasive and damning.

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August 09 2019 By virtueonline America is at War with Itself

Some incontrovertible facts:

America is 4.4% of the world's population and owns 42% of all the guns.

Ninety percent of the mass shooters are single, alienated, white males, not blacks or Muslims.

Mexico, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and Morocco are safer countries to live in than the US. None of them allow the personal ownership of assault rifles.


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August 07 2019 By virtueonline CONCEPTION, MO: Eight Catholic priests credibly accused of abusing children includes former Episcopal priest, Bede Parry

How was it possible that a former Roman Catholic priest who had admitted to repeated abuse of minors under his care and who agreed to be laicized could have been received into TEC as a priest, was startling. Furthermore, the Diocese of Nevada acknowledged that it was aware of his past misconduct, including a police report, prior to his reception, but offered up reassurances that the bishop and Commission on Ministry had decided that he did not pose a risk to children.

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