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April 01 2019 By dvirtue Transsexual Episcopal Priest Nominated to be the next Bishop of Vermont

"I was listening to one of the presiding bishop's sermons on love, and I got caught up into the third heaven like St. Paul. Actually, I think I made the second, the ecstasy was so upon me.

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March 27 2019 By dvirtue Albany Episcopal Bishop at Odds with National Church over Abortion

Bishop Love said the 'sanctity of human life' means that all human life is sacred because all people (Christians and non-Christians alike) are created by God in the "image and likeness of God." The bishop cited Genesis 1:26-28, the Book of Acts (Act 17: 24, 25, 28) and Psalm 127:3.

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Welby is in a no-win position. He has already been damned by the GAFCON Primates for his wobbliness over pansexuality. They have told him, in explicit terms, that they will not be attending Lambeth 2020 despite shrill cries from Thabo Makgoba (South Africa) and Josiah Idowu-Fearon, (ACC) Welby's good cop, bad cop armor bearers and arm twisters.

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March 17 2019 By dvirtue Episcopal Bishops hear call to Evangelize even as Church faces Inevitable Demise

"The church at its best is the whatever-it-takes church" and must be "more prophetic than programmatic," said AME Episcopal Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie, the denomination's first woman bishop.

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March 14 2019 By dvirtue GAFCON Chairman Points up Lambeth Hypocrisy in Homosexual Spousal Exclusion

Okoh said that many of those GAFCON leaders meeting in Dubai came from nations where Christian life and witness face restrictions of various kinds and were encouraged and humbled by the testimony of their joy and faithfulness despite the trials they undergo. "Their suffering serves to proclaim the gospel and their example of resilient faith needs to be at the heart of our witness in the Anglican Communion."

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March 11 2019 By dvirtue Archbishop Welby bemoans Gender Dysphoria Liturgy absence in Book of Common Prayer

Asked how his statement might impact the wider Anglican Communion, Welby opined that the Africans really need to move into the 21st Century and give up their old colonial thinking about morality. "We brought them out of the Stone Age and now they are stuck in the biblical age of moral absolutes, clearly a lot of work needs to be done to push them into the post Christian world Britain has become and which I now embrace."

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March 07 2019 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury Caught in Homosexual Vortex of his own making

It is not working. With each passing day, liberal and revisionist bishops in the US and England are spewing their faux outrage over Welby's failure to allow spouses of homosexual bishops to join them in the trenches to hear the glossalalia cries of theologians exegeting I Peter.

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February 27 2019 By dvirtue Welby Mounts High Level Campaign to Lure Orthodox Bishops to Lambeth 2020

Lines are being drawn up. On one side are progressive pro homosexual western pan Anglican provinces who have embraced pansexuality and homosexual marriage. These include The Episcopal Church, the ACoC, most of Australia, New Zealand, England, Wales, Scotland, Europe, most of Nthn. Ireland and Southern Africa.

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February 21 2019 By dvirtue It is time to put Schism on the table says Homosexual Episcopal leader

Activist homosexual Episcopalian John B. Johnson, IV a member of St. Thomas' Parish in Washington, DC who served on the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church from 2012 to 2018, says that what the last Lambeth conference did to V. Gene Robinson, is being repeated again by Archbishop Welby. Johnson describes it as a "new insult" to the active bishops who are openly Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgendered, Queer/Questioning and that their spouses, unlike those of straight folk, are not welcome.

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February 16 2019 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury says Spouses of Homosexual bishops not welcome to Lambeth 2020

"I need to clarify a misunderstanding that has arisen. Invitations have been sent to every active bishop. That is how it should be -- we are recognizing that all those consecrated into the office of bishop should be able to attend. But the invitation process has also needed to take account of the Anglican Communion's position on marriage which is that it is the lifelong union of a man and a woman. That is the position as set out in Resolution I.10 of the 1998 Lambeth Conference.

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