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Coming to terms with Christian leaders who do terrible things

“The evil that men do lives after them. The good is oft interred with their bones. So let it be with Caesar.”...

What lies ahead for the Anglican Church of Australia

A number of people have asked me to lay out my thoughts on what is going to happen in 2020 in the...

Two sexes, one flesh: A Commonsense Prophecy Awaiting Fulfillment

Twenty-three years ago, I wrote a book titled “Two Sexes, One Flesh: Why the Church Cannot Bless Same-Sex Marriage.” The first chapter was “What...

Piecing Together Anglican Identity: More questions for Gafcon and the Global South

“Did the Archbishop of Canterbury really say that it doesn’t matter what you believe as an Anglican so long as you are...

Archbishops to the Church and the Communion: “You May Now Take Down Your Hand!”

This past week I wrote a post titled “The English Bishops on Marriage: The Sound of One Hand Clapping.” The one hand clapping was...

Bishops’ pastoral statement fiasco — An English episcopal fumble

What a game of Orwellian double-speak the Church of England's bishops have been playing. Their ‘pastoral statement’ on heterosexual civil partnerships was...

St Paul to the English bishops: Shun worldly babble

In the previous post, I described the recent Pastoral Statement on Marriage of the Church of England House of Bishops of the Church of England...

Andrea Williams responds to Archbishops’ apology for marriage statement

Andrea Williams, lay General Synod member in the Church of England and chief executive of Christian Concern comments on yesterday’s statement from...

The sound of one hand clapping: the English bishops on marriage

In December 2019, the House of Bishops of the Church of England published a “Pastoral Statement” regarding same-sex and opposite-sex civil partnerships....

How Can Two Walk Together?

From January 13-15, 2020, Primates (Archbishops, Presiding Bishops and Moderators) from 33 of the 40 Provinces of the Anglican Communion were present...

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NZ synod on hold over Coronavirus

The Anglican Church’s highest decision-making body, the two-yearly General Synod – Te Hīnota Whānui has been postponed until later in 2020. The...

TSM cancels Ancient Evangelical Future Conference and moves June...

Ambridge, PA, April 3, 2020 -- In response to the continuing health crisis generated by the Coronavirus, the faculty of Trinity School...

South Carolina Supreme Court Rebuffs ECUSA Again

On Tuesday, March 31, the South Carolina Supreme Court entered an order that denied without comment the petition filed the previous month by ECUSA and its...

May meeting of Irish synod cancelled over COVID-19 pandemic

The holding of the Church of Ireland General Synod from 7th–9th May 2020 in the Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin, has been...