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March 04 2020 By virtueonline UGANDA: Archbishop Welby and Archbishop Beach -- Clash of the Titans

Welby had earlier in the year told Beach that he was welcome to the Lambeth Conference as an "observer", as though he were a bishop with leprosy, tolerated if he had taken his daily dose of Dapsone. But Kaziimba is squarely on board with Beach and he and his fellow bishops will boycott the Lambeth Conference precisely because Welby has ignored the mandate of Lambeth resolution 1:10 to discipline errant Western bishops over their adoption of sodomy and homosexual marriage.

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February 28 2020 By virtueonline Anglican Church in North America Solidifies Footing in Mexico

The bishop brings a wealth of knowledge to the job. Bishop Zimmerman spent fifteen years serving in Somerset, PA, first as rector of St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church, and then most recently as rector of Somerset Anglican Fellowship, where he started a Spanish speaking congregation. In 2014, he and his wife Cindy, moved to Albuquerque, NM to begin their new ministry. It was a jumping off point for the huge sprawling nation of Mexico that lay at his feet.

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February 25 2020 By virtueonline GAFCON Primate says no partnership with false teachers in the Anglican Communion

As the youngest born person ever to hold the two positions, the American born evangelical leader said GAFCON could not become partners with them, a reference to the Lambeth Conference, The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada. Archbishop Justin Welby has not invited Archbishop Beach to the Lambeth Conference.

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February 22 2020 By virtueonline Giving Birth as an Episcopalian is "the worst thing you can do", says Presiding Bishop

CURRY: I agree with MacCormack that we must actively embrace issues like human extinction, vegan abolition, atheist occultism, death studies, a refusal of identity politics, deep ecology, and the apocalypse as an optimistic beginning. As you know, we in TEC embrace sodomy and homosexual marriage where the chances of you getting pregnant is probably one in a trillion, but you never know of course.

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February 20 2020 By virtueonline AUCKLAND ANGLICAN DEAN SAYS NZ ANGLICANS CAN HAVE SEX OUTSIDE OF MARRIAGE

In 2018, the general synod of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia voted to allow clergy to bless same-sex civil relationships. It was a progressive step forward, though perhaps a half step. In America, the bishops voted in 2015 to allow priests to marry same-sex couples, shortly after same-sex marriage was legalized. In New Zealand, where same-sex marriage has been legal since 2013, "we can bless them but we still can't marry them."

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February 19 2020 By virtueonline THE APOPLECTIC, APOLOGETIC ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY

Ironically, the States of Jersey Police and Hampshire Constabulary did investigate the allegations in 2008 but found that there was insufficient evidence to proceed.

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February 14 2020 By virtueonline Buttigieg, Buggery, and the Episcopal Church

It was Jimmy Carter who made famous that he was "born again", and Mr. Reagan inserted God talk in his various speeches, though he never attended church while in the White House.

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February 12 2020 By virtueonline New Nigerian Anglican Primate will Continue his Province's Tough Stand for Orthodoxy

While his theological views will not deviate from primates who have gone before, his Western education will put him on a par with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Ndukuba will pose a greater threat to Welby's leadership, should the leadership of the Anglican Communion move away from the Church of England. He is clearly capable of leading the communion and taking Welby head on in debates over the direction of the Anglican Communion.

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February 06 2020 By virtueonline Evangelical Episcopal Priest Searches in Vain for Middle Ground in Anglican Culture Wars

In an interview in the H.O.P.E. Newsletter for Episcopalians United in Renewal Vol. 1 No. 4. May 1995, Dr. John Stott said, “If homosexual partnerships are accepted as a legitimate alternative to heterosexual marriage, or if avowedly practicing homosexuals are ordained then I think it would be such a serious ethical blunder as to demand serious thought as to whether the Church has any right to continue to be supported.”

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February 03 2020 By virtueonline SPLIT INEVITABLE IN THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION - ARCHBISHOP VENABLES

"Of course, there is a great desire for those going off in an unbiblical direction to repent and return, but failing that, we cannot walk together. We all desire to walk together, but increasingly we are recognizing that it is simply not going to be possible. We are however walking together in the sense of talking and seeking to find the correct way to deal with the brokenness."

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