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April 21 2020 By virtueonline 'Allahu Akbar' Echoes Across Britain

"Is the BBC, the government-funded broadcasting agency of an ostensibly Christian land, really wise to broadcast a declaration of the superiority of another faith, one that directs its adherents to make war against Christians and subjugate them as inferiors under the hegemony of believers (cf. Qur'an 9:29)?" Spencer asks in FrontPage Magazine.

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April 19 2020 By virtueonline Church of South India Primate Faces Corruption Charges

There is a public perception that they are obtaining backing from some leading politicians and influential personalities in order to find escape routes to quash the complaints. It is not known if the Kerala Government took the Report seriously and if they are prepared to file a criminal case against the accused. It is suspected that the political parties do not want to antagonise the church and its leaders as they count on their votes when elections come around.

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April 16 2020 By virtueonline Anglican Church under pressure to recognize Gay Priests -- Primate Okoh

"People are lobbying us to abandon our faith and theology, to embrace their false teaching. Unfortunately, some of our priests are already bowing to the pressure.

"If your priest is practicing evil or keeping an evil alliance, and you know, raise your hand, be a whistle-blower so they won't undermine our church. If they do, it will be difficult to rescue.

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April 14 2020 By virtueonline South Sudan Anglican Archbishop says this is not the first unique Easter

However, he called on Christians to be strong in their faith and continue to pray to God to bring an end to COVID-19. He said that although Christians are not able to celebrate Easter together in big numbers, they can pray in their homes.

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April 13 2020 By virtueonline Historian Blasts Church of South India Leaders offering fake help in face of Coronavirus Pandemic

Diocesan news sources say that school and college buildings have opened to reserve beds to treat or quarantine Coronavirus patients. While that is to be applauded, the truth is there are enough beds in the custody of the State Governments. Tamilnadu has 28,000 beds which is more than required at the present time. The State has reportedly about 1000 cases of Coronavirus affected persons. Offering something which people do not require is not 'charity'.

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April 11 2020 By virtueonline 'Now is the time to revolt!' Rebel vicars defy church edict and stream Easter services from churches - UPDATED

"Now is the time to revolt," one vicar told The Telegraph. "Ever since the lockdown, I have been going into my church, and I will be doing it again at 10.30am on Easter Sunday," another added.

Warnings of a revolt come after the Most Rev Justin Welby issued a stern warning to members of the clergy and laity in a Youtube message earlier this week.

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April 10 2020 By virtueonline Good Friday at Home 2020

Out of the death of Jesus on a Cross comes the greatest of all good, which is the defeat of the power of sin to separate us from God, and therefore the Resurrection on Easter Day in which God wants us all one day to share. On Good Friday Jesus paid for the redemption of sinners with the highest price of all, his own blood.

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April 10 2020 By virtueonline The Postponement of the Lambeth Conference

Ongoing concerns about the transmission of the virus may well mean that international travel and hospitality, funded by the economically well-off churches, will become a less dominant factor in the meeting and discussion of Anglican bishops for the foreseeable
future. Thus the agendas of those churches will take their place on a more level playing - field in such international discussions.

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April 10 2020 By virtueonline Spread of Coronavirus threatens Africa

Pastor Campos Afonso's report from churches in Angola is repeated throughout the continent where most states are in lockdown. The President of Angola declared a quarantine and State of Emergency from 27 March-11 April. All church meetings are closed. Pastors, leaders and members are observing the measures in their homes to combat the virus from spreading.

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April 09 2020 By virtueonline Youth in Burundi trained by Anglican Church to Promote Peace and Reconciliation

Burundi is supposed to hold presidential and general elections in the near future and the Anglican Church does not want what happened in the past to occur when youth were used by politicians to cause mayhem during and after the elections. Many lives were lost in past elections because people belonging to different political parties attacked one another with machetes, bow and arrows, spears and guns.

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