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October 14 2017 By dvirtue Two Ways to Walk

Caminemos Juntos, which in Spanish means 'Let's Walk Together', is an Anglican Latino mission and church planting initiative for the whole of South, Central and North America.

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October 08 2017 By dvirtue "Have It Your way"

For myself, I find the numbers to be wholly expected having watched the downward trend over the last few decades. I also, however, find the numbers deeply disturbing.

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October 06 2017 By dvirtue Response from GAFCON Bishop Andy Lines to the Primates' Communique

The document does not criticise false teaching, but focuses on 'border crossing' as if it is more harmful. I take the long-established view of orthodox Anglicans across the world, that we cannot make an equivalence between Provinces who choose to abandon key aspects of biblical theology and ethics, tearing the fabric of the Communion and putting souls in danger, and those who respond to calls for help from faithful Anglicans within those Provinces.

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October 06 2017 By dvirtue Anglican Communion News Service smears GAFCON and manipulates Archbishop of Canterbury

A few days ago, the ACNS carried an account of the Primates' Meeting in Canterbury Cathedral, entitled: 'Archbishop Welby "taken aback" by Las Vegas prayer criticism'. It was shocking in its content -- that, basically, conservative Anglican Primates were "put..

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October 06 2017 By dvirtue SSM Prays for Unity as four Continuing Anglican bodies talk Intercommunion

Be it resolved:
That we, the Council of the Society of St Michael, on behalf of the entire membership of the Society of St Michael, with members representing multiple jurisdictions, fully support the unity of Christ's Church and strongly urge our Continuing Anglican communities diligently to work together for unity, in the spirit of the Affirmation of St Louis and with deep respect for our common heritage.

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October 05 2017 By dvirtue Pundits politicizing and polarizing instead of praying about Las Vegas tragedy

CBS was quick to respond: "This individual [Hayley Geftman-Gold], who was with us for approximately one year, violated the standards of our company and is no longer an employee of CBS," the television network announced in a formal statement. "Her views as expressed on social media are deeply unacceptable to all of us at CBS. Our hearts go out to the victims in Las Vegas and their families."

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October 05 2017 By dvirtue Secxit (or why I must leave the Scottish Episcopal Church)

The church has been here before. In 318 AD a priest called Arius led a movement that said Jesus was just a man, and this heresy became so powerful that at one point, in eastern Christendom, every church leader that said otherwise was in one small boat with Bishop Athanasius, sailing up the Nile.

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October 04 2017 By dvirtue "An Act of Pure Evil" -- Searching for Meaning in Las Vegas

The shooting is already described as the worst in American history. The gunman, believed to be Stephen Paddock, killed himself as police prepared to storm his hotel room, from which he had aimed his deadly gunfire. The facts emerged slowly, and are still emerging. Paddock had no notable criminal record. He had worked for a defense contractor, owned two private aircraft, and was known to own guns. He was reported to like Las Vegas for its gambling and entertainment.

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October 03 2017 By dvirtue Welby is deluded to think we're a kind society

A kinder society? Really? True, there's huge emphasis on being a nice person. There is far less racial prejudice than there was. The needs of disabled people are accommodated and their sporting achievements celebrated. After the Grenfell Tower fire there was a huge outpouring of generosity and kindness as people donated clothes and food.

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October 03 2017 By dvirtue 'Lost Boy of Sudan': a rebel and now a Bishop

When war broke out in Sudan in 1983 boys, "between 7 and 17 years of age who were separated from their families." About 30,000 boys fled the fighting. They "trekked enormous distances over a vast unforgiving wilderness, seeking refuge." Many died on the way as they "crossed from the Sudan into Ethiopia and back," according to a UNICEF account.

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