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February 19 2004 By virtueonline KENYA: Beseiged Bishop back from US. Primate Nzimbi says HOB to decide his fate

Sources told the Nation the controversial cleric was driven straight to his office from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

The bishop held lengthy meetings and later left his office at 3pm for an unknown destination.

Attempts by waiting journalists to interview him failed when he only answered "No, No" to questions from fielded by the Press as he walked to his office.

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February 19 2004 By virtueonline AMiA: Picture of Archbishops Malango & Kolini


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February 19 2004 By virtueonline NOT BIG, AND NOT CLEVER...a critique of Jeffrey John's Homosexuality

Unless I am mistaken, therefore, it would be a serious error for those who would revise the Church's current understanding to take their stand on this work or the arguments it sets forward. There may be a case for John's position, but this booklet for the most part fails to make it.


John summarizes his aim on page 1:

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February 19 2004 By virtueonline CENTRAL AMERICA: Primate Supports Robinson Consecration

"To my colleagues, the Primates of the Great Anglican Communion; to my sister and brother bishops of the Episcopal Church of the United States of America; and to the bishops and other clergy and lay leaders of our beloved Province of the Central Region of America, which includes the countries of Guatemala, Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and El Salvador; to all, peace and goodness in the name of the living and true God that surely is among us.

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February 18 2004 By virtueonline CULTURE WARS: Top 10 Arguments Against Same Sex Marriage.

McLanahan and family scholars like her are not arguing that parents in other family forms are necessarily bad. But she is making the point, backed up by countless studies, that the ideal place for children to grow up—on average—is in a married, intact family where children have access to a mother and a father who share a biological tie (and, hence, a deep sense of kinship) to them.

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February 17 2004 By virtueonline COLORADO: Episcopalian Rift Centers on Process, Priest says

By way of background:

Radner was a delegate to last August's General Convention of the U.S. Episcopalian Church, at which the selection of V. Gene Robinson as bishop of the New Hampshire diocese was confirmed by delegates.

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February 17 2004 By virtueonline ECUSA: Conservatives and Liberals Duke it out on Radio

BARBARA BRADLEY HAGERTY reporting: Kurt Barnes, the treasurer of the Episcopal Church, describes himself as a conservative man, not one prone to, quote, "gilding the lily." He's keenly aware of the controversy that's been roiling the church since it recognized gay unions and consecrated Gene Robinson, a gay priest, to be bishop of New Hampshire.

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February 17 2004 By virtueonline VANCOUVER: New Westminster Bishop Faces Triple Crisis

He faces a legal ultimatum with the leaders of St. Martin's parish in North Vancouver who argue that unless the parish is allowed to control its own finances and staffing, it will ask the B.C. Supreme Court to overturn the firing of two church wardens last year.

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February 17 2004 By virtueonline FOUR PRIMATES: An Offer of Temporary Adequate Episcopal Oversight

WHEREAS, said episcopal oversight was to have been offered in consultation with the global Primates through the Archbishop of Canterbury; and

WHEREAS, to date no such episcopal oversight has been offered, but instead church members have been lost, leadership has been threatened, and churches have been closed and their standing threatened; and

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February 17 2004 By virtueonline SYDNEY: Archbishop Carnley says extremism may lead to church split

The archbishop, who is to retire next February, said that while the leadership of the diocese resisted most of his ideas, they were not universally rejected.

"The diocese of Sydney contains as much diversity of thought as most of the other Anglican dioceses, even if is to be frankly admitted that a distinct and characteristic kind of evangelicalism predominates," he said.

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