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November 10 2017
Transgender Surgery Isn't the Solution Yet policy makers and the media are doing no favors either to the public or the transgendered by treating their confusions as a right in need of defending rather than as a mental disorder that dese
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November 09 2017
Ordinariate head 'excluded from Reformation events' In a letter to the Catholic Herald, Fr Ed Tomlinson asks why Mgr Keith Newton, who serves as ordinary of the group for former Anglicans, was not invited to be "part of the numerous 'reformation cel
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November 09 2017
GAFCON Chairman says Anglican Communion is Foretaste of Heaven I am writing on the 1st November, All Saints Day. It is an annual reminder of "the communion of the saints", a biblical truth we affirm every time we say the Apostles Creed.
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November 09 2017
UK: 'Stop Referring to God as 'He'!' Insists First Female Bishop in Lords Speaking over the weekend, the Bishop used her platform to raise the subject of God's gender, saying: "In the creation narratives, we're told that God created human beings in God's likeness, and th
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November 08 2017
Dreams and Visions I have a good friend who likes to dream. When she was a young girl, she somehow captured a small room under the stairs in her parents' house. It's where she went to create.
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November 08 2017
Is Britain becoming a Christianophobic country? Persecution of Christians in Pakistan (from where Amar was forced to flee), the Middle East, China, Nigeria and Modi's India is well documented.
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November 08 2017
'Lost Boy' Pastor Tells Heroic Story of Death, Life, Faith and Hope Fr. Daau dodged death on more than one occasion, saw his village invaded and destroyed, became an orphan, ran and hid in the wilderness and refugee camps of East Africa.
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November 08 2017
Lay Chaplaincy in the ACNA As Anglicans, we stand with orthodox Christian teaching that all believers, ordained and lay are called to serve God and others in various ways and types of ministry.
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November 08 2017
Remaining faithful to the gospel in New Zealand - A response to Motion 29 The Anglican Church in New Zealand was birthed out of the activities of the Church Missionary Society who brought the gospel to the indigenous Maori in the early 19th century.
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November 08 2017
After Texas church shooting, 70 Episcopal bishops say US must tackle relaxed gun laws In their statement reported by the Church Times, Bishops United Against Gun Violence said: 'As a nation, we must acknowledge that we idolize violence, and we must make amends.
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