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“ ’Play Nicely on Twitter’- Advice from the Last Archbishop of Canterbury?”

Schisms and AnathemasIn 1054, the way you expressed the deepest disapproval for a theological opponent was to slap a bull of excommunication on his...

South Carolina Decision a Full Vindication for Victims of ECUSA’s Oppression

Judge Goodstein's carefully crafted 46-page decision in the case brought by Bishop Lawrence's Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina against the Episcopal Church (USA) and...

Canterbury lambastes social media’s role in Anglican disputes

Writing on his blog on 28 January 2015, Archbishop Justin Welby reflects on the limits of electronic media in solving disagreements. In a process...

Church of England cannot support laws permitting assisted suicide

Following interventions by a few high profile Christians, some people are suggesting that the Church of England's position on the 'Assisted Dying Bill' lacks...

Former Bishop of Maryland calls for Heather Cook to resign

In a statement released one day before the state's attorney announced the indictment of the Suffragan Bishop of Maryland for manslaughter, Bishop Robert Ilhoff...

Archbishop of Canterbury on hunger in Britain

The Archbishop of Canterbury writes in the Sunday Mail before an all-party parliamentary report on food poverty and hunger in the UK. In one corner...

A Church that sues itself?

The highly litigious Episcopal Church in the United States of America("ECUSA") has settled a lawsuit with itself, according to a press release from its...

Review: Covenant and Calling by Robert Song

This new book by Robert Song, a lay Anglican theologian who is Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Durham, is written as a...

Wabukala cracks his whip

The chairman of the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans has laid down a three line party whip, calling Africa's wavering bishops to order.In an Advent...

SCOTUS Denies ECUSA’s Bid for Review of Ft. Worth and San Angelo Decisions

Today (2 Nov 2014) the Supreme Court of the United States issued its order denying (without opinion) review ("certiorari") of the decisions rendered last September by the Supreme Court...

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GAFCON chairman’s February pastoral letter

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

Anglican Unscripted 575 – Reaching the Connected World

Kevin Kallsen, George Conger, and Gavin Ashenden report on the latest court victory in Britain regarding 'thought crime' and they have a...

Vale: Andrew Fairfield

From Gethsemane Cathedral in Fargo: Prayers of Sympathy are offered for family and friends of Bishop Andy Fairfield, including...