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November 03 2021 By dvirtue Will Justin Welby go down as the Worst Archbishop in the History of the Anglican Communion?

Following his latest gaffe, there were calls for him to resign. A "twitter storm" erupted over the Archbishop of Canterbury's comments with calls for him to step down being posted across social media.

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November 01 2021 By dvirtue TEC: The Church Is Not a Building - Parochial Report

As the COVID-19 pandemic forced churches to close their physical doors in the spring of 2020, Episcopal congregations across the United States and around the world began to re-imagine what it means to be the church. Physical distancing became a reality.

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October 29 2021 By dvirtue Ghanaian Response to Homosexual Bill draws Ire of Welby and CofE Bishops

The statement noted that, "the church does not condemn persons of homosexuality tendencies but absolutely condemn the sinful acts and activities they perform".

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October 25 2021 By dvirtue Welby Issues Accusations to Lambeth Conference Holdouts

Welby then undermined his own position, saying; "It is unlikely that we will have a single common understanding. We are a global communion with more than 2000 languages, and such deeply embedded and possibly different views of what is right and wrong, both culturally and in our understanding of the Bible. But this is what marks the Church out as different.

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October 22 2021 By dvirtue GLOBAL SOUTH CONFERENCE, 2021 -- 8th TRUMPET -- A CALL TO SPIRITUAL ARMS

"At last, the possibility exists for a communion that is fully confessional and fully conciliar led by those who are determined to be a voice for biblical faithfulness within the larger Anglican Communion! For biblically faithful congregations and dioceses in heterodox Provinces, this is another beacon of hope," wrote Canon Phil Ashey of the American Anglican Council.

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October 20 2021 By dvirtue HAS COVID DONE THE CHURCH A FAVOR?

So how has this fact impacted churches across the country? By most reckoning, badly. Churches were forced to close their doors, invent Zoom services, with pastors and priests divided over government and medical mandates to wear masks, with cries of freedom ringing from pulpit to pew. There have been a multitude of lawsuits over the last year over various governmental orders to churches and faith organizations to simply shut down during the COVID -19 pandemic.

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October 18 2021 By dvirtue SCHOLARS WEIGH IN ON BISHOP NAZIR ALI'S DEFECTION TO ROME

The primary doctrinal difference that separates Anglicans, indeed all Protestants from Rome is "justification," says Collins.

"For me it is the heart of what I believe as a Christian and as an Anglican how Roman Catholics answer the most basic human question, "Can mortal man be in the right before God? Can a man be pure before his Maker?" (Job 4:17), is my biggest hurdle to becoming one of them."

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October 16 2021 By dvirtue Michael Nazir-Ali's Catholic conversion causes waves in Anglican world

"The impact and significance of Michael Nazir-Ali's conversion to Catholicism" ...

"A great Anglican churchman converts to Rome" ...

"Former bishop converts to Catholicism after slating woke Church of England" ...

"Prominent Anglican bishop who served in US received into Catholic Church"...

"Former Anglican bishop to become Catholic priest" ...

"Celeb Anglican bishop comes home to Rome" ...

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October 14 2021 By dvirtue Mollegen's Mythical Midrash Attempts at Church Growth

As Episcopal revisionists (now called progressives) have swept all before them, embracing pansexuality in all its forms; the remnant have either fled to greener spiritual pastures, or been cancelled and pushed into a corner of irrelevance. The Communion Partner bishops are a case in point. Does anybody really care what they think?

It's a bit like a pride of lions (read bishops) at a zoo, having devoured a dead cow, looking up charmingly at the zookeeper and saying, "let's talk."

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October 13 2021 By dvirtue Canadian Anglican Bishop Blesses Gay Rainbow Crosswalk

"It gives me great joy to bless this crosswalk; we will forever walk where queers have walked, and where we straights have never gone and so fulfill the law of Christ," said Jodi Balint.

"I am hoping that by walking on a gay rainbow crosswalk we will understand how gays feel when they are walked on by straight folk."

The priestess said she was concerned that busloads of straight folk who drive over the rainbow crossing might contain homophobes.

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