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August 21 2017 By dvirtue How the Alt-Left Destroyed the Episcopal Church

It's as if Episcopal Church leaders had stood in front of statues of Cranmer, Hooker, Ryle and many other orthodox bishops, tied ropes around their necks and hauled them down, stamped and spat on them and then kicked them to the curb of history.

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August 17 2017 By dvirtue St. James Newport Beach: The Pious Language of Greed

Mission is never fully defined, (it certainly has nothing to do with evangelism, discipleship or church growth); at its heart it means a lot of vacuous talk about saving the world for God, endless talk of racism, unnumbered social justice issues from UN resolutions to transgenderism and sodomy, while grabbing, or holding on to properties they believe are theirs for future generations -- generations that are currently dwindling, and in time will cease to exist, never to see the inside of an Ep

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August 14 2017 By dvirtue ACNA Archbishop Blasts Liberal Lutherans and Anglicans for throwing away Biblical morality

"Because we refuse to tell people God's truth, refuse to reveal to people God's holy expectations, in the name of love, we are deceiving people into thinking that 'living in sin' is ok with the Almighty. It is not.

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August 11 2017 By dvirtue 'Welcome to our church': It's a lot harder than you think

VOL: Have baby-sitting available and children's Sunday School. Not a difficult solution.

CT: What happens when a non-standard couple -- living together without being married, for instance -- arrives?

VOL: Invite them in but say Communion is not open to them. It would damage their souls if they participated. It is for their good, not ours.

CT: What happens if they're gay?

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August 08 2017 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury caught between a rock and a hard place

On the other hand, his increasingly pro-homosexual stance in the name of "radical new inclusion" is finding himself more closely aligned to western pansexual provinces.

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August 04 2017 By dvirtue Traditionalist bishop exposes soft under belly of Evangelism in Church of England

And then he said this:
"...in the poorest parts of the country, we are withdrawing the preachers. The harvest is rich, but the labourers have been re-deployed to wealthier areas. We are seeing the slow and steady withdrawal of church life from those communities where the poorest people in our nation live.

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July 31 2017 By dvirtue "I have been ashamed of Episcopal leadership denying the Christian faith..."

From this position, he went on to become the twelfth Episcopal Bishop of South Carolina. He began his episcopacy as co-adjutor of the diocese, then became its diocesan in 1982. He retired in 1990, but remained very active in preaching, speaking, and writing. He remains a tour de force of low church orthodox Anglicanism with no equals.

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July 29 2017 By dvirtue The Logical Fallacy of Episcopal Presiding Bishop's Support for Transgendered Persons

By overwhelming majorities in both the House of Bishops and the House of Deputies, the Episcopal Church scored an historic first, brokering transsexualism into church law. With the passage of the "transgender twins," resolutions D019 and D002, it's now against church law to exclude people who have had sex-changes from the life of the church at any level. America and the world anxiously awaits the Episcopal Church to ordain its first ever "trans" bishop.

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July 25 2017 By dvirtue The Decline of the Episcopal Church

During the 1990s, average Sunday attendance was relatively stable, but from around 2000, serious decline set in. This has continued and TEC's average Sunday attendance dropped by nearly one third between 2000 and 2015, from 857,000 in 2000 to 579,780 by 2015. While there is some regional variation, substantial decline has been happening across the country.

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July 25 2017 By dvirtue CHURCH OF ENGLAND: Ichabod - the glory of the Lord has departed

History will note that the decline began in the year 2017, when a single parish announced it was withholding funds from the church after an activist layman in Canterbury called on large evangelical Anglican parishes to withhold funds following the Church of England's recent synod's hapless vote to approve transgenderism, and to push "radical inclusion", echoes of an American playbook presiding bishop on homosexual marriage.

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