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August 20 2018 By dvirtue MADISON: Bishop Robert C. Morlino's letter to the faithful regarding the ongoing sexual abuse crisis in the Church

The past weeks have brought a great deal of scandal, justified anger, and a call for answers and action by many faithful Catholics here in the U.S. and overseas, directed at the Church hierarchy regarding sexual sins by bishops, priests, and even cardinals. Still more anger is rightly directed at those who have been complicit in keeping some of these serious sins from coming to light.

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August 18 2018 By dvirtue Homosexual predators, not paedophile priests are Church's deadly cancer

Occasionally a red-blooded male teeming with testosterone would reply "No! I don't like girls". He was promptly cast out into outer darkness. He would later realise that the Archdiocese of Bombay expected you to like girls because if you liked boys you'd be more often in the shower rooms than in the classrooms of a seminary filled exclusively with boys and men.

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August 15 2018 By dvirtue Let's Hear It For Controversy

Avoiding controversy at all costs has become one of their chief aims in life. They much prefer to sit back and remain silent -- even when their own faith is under attack -- than appear to be controversial, 'negative' or argumentative. So the faith once delivered to the saints is allowed to be flushed down the drain as they seek above all things to just be 'nice'.

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August 13 2018 By dvirtue Family and Sexual Ethics

It is important to acknowledge that few subjects (if any) are more difficult to address in our culture today than the nature of human sexuality and sexual identity -- not because the subject is taboo, but rather because today's unprecedented sexual libertinism and radical ideological activism regarding sexual orientation and identity have been practically placed above criticism.

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August 09 2018 By dvirtue The culture of death began as an academic exercise

Malthus deplored the large families of the poor and held that the tendency of the working classes to reproduce was largely responsible for their poverty. The large numbers of dependent poor would eventually put a strain on the state and result in bankruptcy. He advised a decrease in population growth through abstinence and delayed marriage. He also advocated the use of artificial methods of contraception as he believed abstinence would not always be observed.

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August 06 2018 By dvirtue COMMENTARY ON THE GAFCON LETTER TO THE CHURCHES Part Seven: Reaching Out to God's World

God So Loved the World

Our conference theme has been "Proclaiming Christ Faithfully to the Nations." We have received the gospel through the faithful witness of previous generations. Yet there are still billions of people who are without Christ and without hope. Jesus taught his disciples: "this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations" (Matthew 24:14).

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August 03 2018 By dvirtue Feminism as a Victim Mentality Disorder cannot counter Muslim misogyny

I will argue that modern feminism is a social movement that attracts adherents who are vulnerable to or already possess certain severe emotional problems. In other words, the feminist way of perceiving the world is both an expression of and an encouragement to disordered and irrational thinking. In particular, feminism manifests many elements of a Victim Mentality Disorder (VMD).

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August 03 2018 By dvirtue COMMENTARY ON THE GAFCON LETTER TO THE CHURCHES Part Six: Reordering the Communion

Global Anglicans, as I have argued, are Great Commission Christians, catholic Christians, and Reformation Christians. None of the climactic events or the classic creeds and confessions of church history have occurred without contention and conflict. The first Council of Jerusalem addressed the challenge of Jewish Christians who questioned St. Paul's ministry to the Gentiles.

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July 29 2018 By dvirtue Getting Saved

I often then challenge those same students -- as N.T. Wright's work challenged me more than a decade ago -- to think a little more carefully about what Jesus meant in, say, the first chapter or two of Mark, when he traveled around preaching the gospel. And it's not that hard to move from that question to the basic summary of the good news as we find it in the Gospels: The kingdom of God is here, and its presence is directly related to Jesus' ministry.

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July 27 2018 By dvirtue COMMENTARY ON THE 2018 GAFCON LETTER TO THE CHURCHES Part Five: Reforming God's Church

Global Anglicans are Great Commission Christians, proclaiming Christ faithfully to the nations in the power of the Spirit (Jerusalem Declaration, clause 1 and 9); they are catholic Christians, committed to the historic creeds, councils and order of the Church (clauses 3 and 7); and they are Reformation Christians, upholding and building on the confessional heritage of the 16th-17th century Church of England (Canon A5, clauses 2,4, 5, and 6).

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