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December 14 2021 By dvirtue TEN TRENDS TO WATCH FOR ANGLICANS IN 2022

First, the rise of the Nones, people with no established religious tradition continues. Nones have grown from just about 5 percent in the early 1970s to at least 30 percent in 2020, and their numbers are rising. There is no indication they are falling off.

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December 09 2021 By dvirtue BIRMINGHAM, AL: Cathedral Church of the Advent Ordains Practicing Homosexual

Eighteen years ago, Dean Paul Zahl flew a black flag to protest the ordination of a partnered homosexual as bishop of New Hampshire. Since then, the cathedral has been embroiled in a long-standing fight with its bishops, with its most recent dean, Andrew Pearson resigning over unresolved tensions with the Episcopal Church.

The Advent Dean said he planned to start a congregation affiliated with the Anglican Church in North America.

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December 08 2021 By dvirtue WALES Elects Former Evangelical as next Archbishop to Lead Province

One can only imagine our Lord commissioning the first 72 disciples with these words, "when you go into a village and they reject you and your message, don't shake the dust off your feet, move with the times."

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December 07 2021 By dvirtue Scottish Episcopal Church Unites with Church of Scotland to Pause Inevitable Death

This week these two denominations offered a series of acknowledgments and commitments between the churches intended to deepen their relationship, and look at new ways of working together to serve the people of Scotland.

The agreement was welcomed and approved at both the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the established church, and the General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church earlier this year.

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A communique released by the primates made no mention of salvation as a godly (heavenly) issue or that the climate is constantly changing. The communique also avoided mention that the salvation of souls takes precedence over climate change. Heaven rejoices over one sinner that repents, not if the Colorado River recedes two inches next year.

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November 27 2021 By dvirtue Sewanee University Alumnus Calls for Revocation of Metaxas Honorary Degree

"Recently, he has used his influence and power to sow dangerous misinformation about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic contributing to the tragic deaths of more than half a million Americans. Furthermore, he openly rallied support for the January 6th insurrectionists, undermining our democracy through the propagation of thoroughly debunked conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election.

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November 25 2021 By dvirtue TEC Diocese Hosts Memorial Service for Transgender, Nonbinary Victims of Violence; Ignores Persecution of Orthodox Anglicans

Now, let's put this in perspective.

In 2021, 47 transgender or gender non-conforming people were fatally shot or killed by other violent means.

Every day, 316 people are shot in the United States. Of this number, 106 people are shot and killed.

Today (in one day) 1,200 people will die of COVID in the U.S.

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The Church of England wants to go out in a blaze of glory, unlike a Guy Fawkes skyrocket that briefly bursts and then flames out as it hits the Thames River. A grand operatic death is what the Archbishop of York wants. That's what he told the Church of England Synod recently.

The question is, will the CofE even have that option?

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November 18 2021 By dvirtue The Morphing of Homosexuality in the Church

Then came the coup d'etat. If you didn't applaud and bow down before a small, shrill, strident group of homosexuals and believe that homosexual marriage was blessed by God then you should leave. Be gone from the Church, you are clearly homophobic, there is no place for you in the Church. Oh, and leave the keys and check book under the bright red doors; the church building does not belong to you, even though you built and paid for it.

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November 11 2021 By dvirtue Climate change: The only way forward is in partnership, says Welby

The only way forward is in partnership, says Welby. "Earlier this year, Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and I issued a joint statement for the first time ever between those holding these three offices, urging people to come together and 'choose life' (Deuteronomy 30:19) in obedience to God's command -- for the planet and for future generations."

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