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An Anglican Commonwealth of churches? Weak tea

Vinay Samuel and Chris Sugden have recently proposed rethinking the Anglican Communion, given the extra year provided by the Covid-19 crisis. They call on...

SC Court on Remand Vindicates Bishop Lawrence and His Parishes

At 8:39 a.m. EDT this morning, South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Edgar Dickson filed his long-awaited decision on remand in the drawn-out dispute between...

George Carey – a victim of Stasi-style injustice?

Has the former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey been the victim of a Stasi-style injustice in the summary removal of his permission to...

How should believers talk about injustice? A response to the rhetoric of victimhood.

Isaiah 9 describes God’s divine rule as one free from oppression and filled with justice—an almost unimaginable picture for many of us...

“Inclusive” ECUSA: “Love Never Ends” — but +Love Must Go

In a theological dispute that ECUSA's Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has now personally allowed to become a travesty, the Episcopal Church in the...

The Christian philosophy of C.E.M. Joad and his concept of personality and the soul

There is a small group of significant philosophers who had extraordinary turnarounds. The most famous of these is Ludwig Wittgenstein, who wrote about his magnum opus,...

Martyn Percy falls foul of Marxist conformism in the Church of England

Though he has a track record of high-profile campaigning for political correctness in the Church of England, the Dean of Christ Church,...

Standing in the breach — a meditation on recent events by Mark Lawrence

If it is true as author Shelby Steele has stated in a recent interview that “racism is endemic to the human condition,”...

Theology of victimhood: a pastoral response

Victimhood: the condition of having been hurt, damaged, or made to suffer, especially when you want people to feel sorry for you...

Is the Anglican Consultative Council endorsing the National Security Law in Hong Kong?

Chinese authorities are legislating the controversial National Security Law in response to 2019 Hong Kong anti-government protests. Instead of proposing the bill...

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Chinese diocese asked to ban children to resume services

A Catholic bishop in northern China's Hebei province has been asked to ban children from entering churches if he wants to reopen his...

Navy rescinds regulations on off base worship

NAV Memo Religious Freedom 2020.07.08 by George Conger on Scribd

Anglican Diocese of the Carolinas reorganizes episcopal areas

July 8, 2020 Dear Brothers and Sisters, Greetings in the name...

South Carolina call for a coadjutor

On July 9, 2020, Bishop Lawrence sent the following message to the Diocese.  Dear Friends in Christ,