November 2017

 

Newfoundland bishop-elect dead at 45

Archdeacon John Meade, coadjutor bishop-elect of the diocese of Western Newfoundland, died early in the morning of Nov 29, 2017.

 

Royal wedding quiz: Must a 'Protestant' be baptized in order to become an Anglican?

Terry Mattingly looks at the press coverage of the news that Meghan Markle is to be baptised and confirmed in the Church of England

 

UT Scholars discover 5th Century Apocalypse of James

The first-known original Greek copy of a heretical Christian writing describing Jesus’ secret teachings to his brother James has been discovered

 

Is gay adoption wrong? The children say Yes

Jules Gomes reports on findings published in Jephthah's Children that the rosy picture painted by gay activists and adoption is not true.

 

Toronto a model for Anglicanism for the world, Archbishop declares

Archbishop Colin Johnson tells synod the Anglican world looks to Toronto for guidance on how to live with divisions over homosexuality

 

Cairo church conference center opens

A new conference centre in the centre of Cairo has been opened by the Diocese of Egypt. The All Saints’ Garden Conference Centre is in Zamalek – an island within the River Nile.

 

The Canterbury Bait and Switch

Prof. Stephen Noll compares the words of Justin Welby to his deeds

 

The Canterbury Tailspin on Truth

FRC president Tony Perkins slams Justin Welby for being out of touch with the Bible and American politics

 

Homily for the last Sunday before Advent

The sheep and the goats, accountability before Christ by the Rt. Rev. Gavin Ashenden

 

Bishop of Egypt responds to Sinai terror attack

Dr Mouneer Anis responds to ISIS attack on the Sufi community in Bir al-Abed