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April 03 2021 By dvirtue Hope; the Episcopal Church's Failed Fallback Position

It is not hope in the salvation Jesus offers, it is hope in an inclusive God who rejects no one, and in doing so nullifies the cross of Christ that makes inclusion possible, but ONLY on the basis of repentance. Easter is just a word.

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April 02 2021 By dvirtue CHRISTIANS ARE NOW A MINORITY IN US -- GALLUP POLL

But the Gallup organization says we have reached the point where a minority of Americans identify as members of any religious organization, specifically in the United States. Given the fact that the vast majority of citizens say they believe in God, and the vast majority of them identify as Christians in one way or another in answer to a pollster statement, this is a very significant issue, writes Mohler.

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April 01 2021 By dvirtue Outgoing Nigerian Archbishop Excoriates Western Anglican Homosexual Practices

The archbishop recalled that when he was visiting the diocese of Michigan in 1990, that he met a greeter who dressed like a she, but whose voice was definitely a he!

"I was told he went to change his gender to a she. I was taken aback. It is madness. We have taken our own stand and there is no going back. I used to say it in the House of Bishops before I retired, that if we change our posture on the gay issue our members will stone us. It is not negotiable. It is not debatable."

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March 29 2021 By dvirtue What is the End Game of Nigerian Anglican Primate Ndukuba?

The Nigerian Primate saw the statement as the thin end of the wedge and blasted the ACNA bishops, pointing the finger at Archbishop Foley Beach with reference to his leadership as chairman of GAFCON. Wisely, Beach and his fellow bishops did not retaliate. They went silent. You don't anger a lion who is looking for meat; best get out of the plain.

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March 26 2021 By dvirtue Nigerian Evangelical Anglicans and Methodists on Same Page Over Homosexuality

Nigerian United Methodists describe themselves as standing with the Africa Initiative as well as U.S.-based United Methodist renewal groups, specifically naming IRD/UMAction, Good News, the Confessing Movement, and the Wesleyan Covenant Association (WCA).

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March 23 2021 By dvirtue UK: Leading Anglican Evangelical Exposed as Sexual Abuser in 146-page report

"This behavior demonstrates a gross abuse of power and is far beyond anything which can be deemed acceptable or appropriate from a minister in a position of power, trust and responsibility," the report stated.

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March 20 2021 By dvirtue NO SIN IN SODOMY SAY EPISCOPAL BISHOPS

Newark Bishop Carlye Hughes called the news "a heartbreaker" in a video message to her northern New Jersey diocese. "I can't speak for any other denomination. I can speak for mine. I want you to know that in this church ... we recognize your goodness and we are delighted that we are all part of the same denomination, looking for God, celebrating God, sharing God's love."

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March 18 2021 By dvirtue Diocese of Eau Claire is in its Death Throes

The less-populated northern dioceses of Eau Claire and Fond du Lac nearly merged in 2011, but that plan ultimately was defeated in a close vote by the Fond du Lac diocesan convention. Now 10 years later, leaders from all three Wisconsin dioceses told ENS they are open to greater collaboration.

Christ Church Cathedral in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is one of only two congregations in the Diocese of Eau Claire that averages more than 80 worshippers on Sundays.

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March 17 2021 By dvirtue Vatican and ACNA Slam the Door on Homosexual Marriage

The statement made it clear that this "does not preclude the blessings given to individual persons with homosexual inclinations, who manifest the will to live in fidelity to the revealed plans of God as proposed by Church teaching." It is homosexual unions that are the problem, not homosexuals.

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March 16 2021 By dvirtue FOUR BISHOPS WHO HAVE NOW LEFT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH

In March 2007, Herzog and his wife Carol joined the Roman Catholic Church. In an act of generosity, Bishop Love stated that Herzog and his wife would continue to be welcome at diocesan events.

In April 2010, presiding bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori restored Herzog to the ministry of the Episcopal Church. His return to ECUSA was page one news at the time.

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