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For more than 35 years he and his pansexual pals have whined, pleaded, cajoled and subverted General Convention resolutions by using 'local option' to press the homosexual agenda into the Episcopal Church, against all Episcopal history, the wisdom of the ages, 6,000 years of biblical history, the entire corpus of Holy Scripture, the Canons and Constitutions of The Episcopal Church, the Lambeth resolution and more.

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January 15 2004 By virtueonline A Stormy Week in the Episcopal Church - by David Virtue

Another rally drew 3,000 orthodox Episcopalians at what was billed as
Plano East, following the highly successful Dallas meeting last year,
and the troops were once again fired up to hold fast the faith and not
abandon the ECUSA ship, as help was on the way. There was no battle
plan; no strategy was laid out, just a giant pep rally, and a promise of
good things to come. A new strategy will be revealed unto us on January

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline The Impact of Robinson's Consecration

Virtuosity had predicted this would happen, as did many others, and now
it is coming all too sadly true.

E-mails coming into Virtuosity's mailbox by the dozen, tell stories of
individuals and families leaving in despair and disillusionment, taking
themselves off to the Anglican Mission in America, one of several
Orthodox branches of the Christian Church, the Roman Catholic Church and

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January 05 2004 By virtueonline "WELCOME TO 2004"

Virtuosity's website is being accessed at the rate of more than 60,000
hits per month and that figure is climbing so my webmaster tells me.
Hundreds more sign on to get the digest directly into their computers
well before daybreak and breakfast. (The digest downloads at 4am
Eastern Standard Time.) I am told that the figure of one million
readers will access the website by July.

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January 02 2004 By virtueonline Upholding the 'Faith Once Delivered'

Words matter. They change the way we think, influence our decisions and
more. We act upon words every day of our life. We make decisions for
good or ill on what we hear and learn, and words influence what
directions we will take, what we support with our money and much more.

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