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September 21 2004 By virtueonline LEXINGTON: Two Bishops Exchange Letters Over Boundary Crossing

Also present for the occasion was Diane Knippers, president of the Institute on Religion and Democracy, and The Rev. David “Doc” Loomis, rector of the Hudson Anglican Fellowship in Ohio and director of the Great Lakes Anglican Renewal church planting group.

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September 19 2004 By virtueonline VIRGINIA: Five Talents Honors Dr. George Carey

Dr. Carey was in Washington to receive the 2004 Award of Vision from Five Talents International, a faith based non-profit organization that is serving the Anglican Communion in its fight against poverty using micro-enterprise development.

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September 19 2004 By virtueonline ACA: ECUSA Must Regain Legitimacy, Orthodoxy And Authority Or Die

The Rt. Rev. George Landberg, Bishop of the Anglican Church in America (ACA) told delegates to the Fellowship of Concerned Churchmen and Festival of Faith that the Robinson affair was not slipped through the cracks against the will of the vast majority of the church by a clever and sneaky minority, but that the majority saw it as no big deal and that good and faithful Anglicans were "bigots" for opposing it.

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September 18 2004 By virtueonline AMiA: Bishop Rodgers Talks about The AMiA, ECUSA & Mission

VIRTUOSITY: Bishop Rodgers, where does the AMIA stand with respect to the proliferation of Continuing Anglican churches?

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September 15 2004 By virtueonline ECUSA: Griswold Makes Desperate Plea For Unity & Ignores His Own Duplicity

He argued for "tolerance", "compassion", "concern for boundaries", "classic Anglicanism" or Anglican comprehensiveness, the "new realities" and "following the Holy Spirit", presuming of course that the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Truth is willing to be "stretched" (another Griswoldianism) to accommodate himself, yet again, to the post modern mind of Frank Griswold.

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September 13 2004 By virtueonline NEW YORK: "There is No Going Back", says ECUSA Homosexual Bishop

"How absorbed can we be, to be fighting over this when people are dying everywhere?"

"We have allowed the conservative religious right to take our Bible hostage, and I think it is time we took it back," said Robinson.

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September 12 2004 By virtueonline WEST TENNESSEE: Open Warfare Breaks Out Against Orthodox Clergy And Laity

"It seems to me that those who support AAC Mid-South ought to immediately call for the resignation of the national AAC leadership and disavow the stated goal of the organization. If the leadership refuses to resign the members in Memphis ought to quit the organization." Baker said he has been a voice for reconciliation...for staying at the table no matter one's theological position on human sexuality.

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September 11 2004 By virtueonline WILLIAMSPORT: Central PA Bishop Blasts Forward in Faith at Anglo-Catholic Parish

The bishop erupted in anger as he opened the debate, the veneer of niceness quickly evaporated as he launched into a bitter attack on "forces of exclusion" in the Episcopal Church, arguing that he was an orthodox, traditional Christian. "The mainstream is true to the faith handed down to us through the ages," said the bishop. "Forward in Faith does not represent the mainstream. I am characterized as not even being a Christian, which I find an abomination and offensive. I have been maligned.

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September 09 2004 By virtueonline DRAWING THE LINE - Bishops, Theologians say Commission must Discipline ECUSA

1. We write as persons convinced that the only way forward for the continuance of the Communion is for the Primates to exercise some form of discipline upon innovating provinces. The arguments for such a ‘restorative’ discipline, together with concrete suggestions for the shape of that discipline, have been given in previous submissions.

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September 09 2004 By virtueonline THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED

In a blinding flash his wounded ego and his desire for even higher office got destroyed and this quickly translated into ecclesiastical outrage, and the man erupted like Mt. Vesuvius.

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