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Letters to the Times

Gavin Ashenden writes to The Times about its coverage of trans-gender issues

 

Homily for the 3rd Sunday before Advent

Gavin Ashenden looks at Matthew 25, the parable of the 10 bridesmaids

 

Christian math teacher facing disciplinary hearing for calling pupil born female a 'girl'

Joshua Sutcliffe admits saying “Well done girls” when he addressed a group of students including the pupil in question.

 

Nashotah House announces death of Associate Dean Rick Hartley

It is with great sadness that Nashotah House Theological Seminary announces the unexpected passing of the Rev. Richard (Rick) S. Hartley,

 

David Ould looks at the Australian marriage survey results

Well, Australia has voted “yes” in the much-debated Postal Survey on marriage

 

Statement by the Bishop of Chichester on the resignation of Lorna Ashworth

Lorna's testimony is a timely reminder of the Church's call to be, within the society of our own time, conformed to the gospel of Jesus Christ and his kingdom

 

Statement from Archbishop Davies on the same-sex marriage result

Protecting individual freedoms - freedom of speech, freedom of conscience and freedom of faith - need to be balanced with the move to address same-sex marriage.

 

Coalition for Marriage Statement on Australian marriage vote

Of 12.7 million Australians who took part in the government survey, 61.6 percent voted yes and 38.4 percent voted no, officials announced on Wednesday morning, with 79.5 percent of voting-age Australians sending back their postal ballots.

 

Homophobic bullying and CofE schools

The Church of England's guide is "not a Christian document".

 

The Anglican Planet talks to the Rev. Jake Worley

The following conversation took place between Sharon Dewey Hetke and The Rev. Jake Worley in May, 2017, following Worley’s election as bishop of the Diocese of Caledonia on April 22, 2017, and the Provincial House of Bishops’ majority decision not to approve his election.

 

Reading the Newspaper Through Richard Pryor's Eyes

The cynicism so many readers have towards the mainstream media arises in part from the worldview articulated by Richard Pryor -- "Who you gonna believe, me or your lying eyes?” from his 1982 film “Live on the Sunset Strip”.