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July 27 2022 By dvirtue LAMBETH DESIGN GROUP REVISES MARRIAGE DEFINITION AND REMOVES RESOLUTION 1:10

Archbishop Welby issued a "call" that reaffirmed Resolution 1.10 from 1998, prescribing that marriage is only the union between a man and woman. Two days before LC2022 was to begin, the conference staff issued a revision that removed the "call" to reaffirm that resolution, thumbing their noses at those Anglicans who believe "same-sex marriage" as biblically unacceptable."

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July 25 2022 By dvirtue WILL LAMBETH 15 BE WELBY'S WATERLOO?

Hoping to avoid potential schism over the issue, the palace's deep thinkers opted for "calls" to replace resolutions, hoping to move away from divisive decisions on contested issues in favor of guidance to be interpreted locally. The Archbishop of Canterbury is urging prayer to avoid calamity.

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July 22 2022 By dvirtue LAMBETH CONFERENCE STUDY GUIDE SENDS CONFLICTING MESSAGE OVER RESOLUTION 1:10

Most LGBTQ Anglicans will insist that their dignity and witness are harmed if they are deprived access to same-sex marriage, which 1:10 does. 1:10 undermines marriage equality, which is at the heart of homosexual and lesbian demands and angst.

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July 21 2022 By dvirtue THE GREAT QUEST: An invitation to an Examined Life and a Sure Path to Meaning

Why? The first three writers were men of their times - The Twentieth Century. Guinness updates the great and unending quest for truth in the fast-changing world of the Twenty-First Century, and he does so in this gentle, urgent, but unyielding call to look at life's meaning, purpose and man's final destination.

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July 19 2022 By dvirtue LAMBETH 1:10 SET TO BECOME A STICKY WICKET AT LAMBETH 2022

Traditionalists and conservatives tend to see things through a positive lens (pro), where liberals and progressives tend to filter things with negative bent (anti).

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July 18 2022 By dvirtue COMMUNION ACROSS DIFFERENCE' IS AN IDEA THAT HAS COME AND SHOULD GO

In 2018, it was finally and fully resolved with the passage of B012 fully embracing homosexual marriage.

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July 16 2022 By dvirtue CHURCH OF NIGERIA RELEASES ANGLICAN CHAPLAINS TO THE ACNA

In point of fact, the JAFC is so fully integrated into the life and ministry of the ACNA that most didn't realize they weren't already wholly ACNA. Another Anglican news agency was actually duped into reporting a few months ago that the "JAFC is leaving the ACNA for Nigeria," based upon the false statements of a former Anglican priest, who was defrocked after a unanimous ecclesiastical court decision in part for being habitually untruthful.

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July 08 2022 By dvirtue SOUTH SUDAN ARCHBISHOP WARNS WELBY TO STAND BY RESOLUTION 1:10 AT UPCOMING LAMBETH CONFERENCE

In a video addressed to "Dear [orthodox primate, archbishop, moderators and bishops]" Badi welcomed his hearers to GSFA, with a prayer to foster the unity of the orthodox while being a faithful witness and defender of the faith once delivered.

The evangelical Anglican archbishop sounded a clarion call to biblical faithfulness which means to seeking direct affirmation of Resolution 1:10 of Lambeth Conference 1998 as the official teaching of the Anglican Church on marriage.

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July 05 2022 By dvirtue African Primates Take the Gloves off in Fight with Welby over Homosexuality and other Issues

The Primates of the Churches of Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda responded to the Archbishop of Canterbury's letter dated 27th May, 2022 where he urged and cajoled the three Primates to attend the forthcoming Lambeth Conference.

We are three weeks away from Lambeth and despite pleas from Archbishop Justin Welby and Dr. Josiah Fearon, Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, the recalcitrant primates have not changed their minds; the answer is still Nyet.

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June 28 2022 By dvirtue "BAD COMPANY DOTH CORRUPT GOOD MORALS"

Not well. In fact, it proved to be disastrous. Over time, some rolled over because of the power of needing to belong. Some were persuaded that they could or should stay out of some conciliar consideration. Others felt the need to have a seat at the table as the 'loyal opposition' like the Communion Partner bishops. But what has become of them, pray tell. The truth is nothing.

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