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January 17 2019 By dvirtue ALBANY: Bishop Love Explains His Actions in Rejecting Resolution B012

VOL: You have been "partially inhibited" by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. Can you explain what exactly that means as opposed to say a full inhibition?

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January 15 2019 By dvirtue Albany Episcopal Bishop Faces Ecclesiastical Execution

The Episcopal Church's Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, dubbed the "love bishop" for his endless talk about love, announced that the godly orthodox Bishop of Albany, William H. Love is hereby "partially restricted" from performing his duties as a bishop, because he had canonically offended the Church by refusing to allow homosexual marriages in his diocese.

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January 10 2019 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury Appoints Pro-Homosexual Representative to the Holy See

Here is what he said in 2006; "It is consistent with the compassion and love enjoyed by biblical teaching, and with the freedom from injustice and discrimination which the new life of the spirit (sic) offers, to affirm equality for all in Christ. And it is this fundamental principle which will lead us to an informed, enlightened and just appreciation of racial affirmation, the equal place of men and women in church and society, homosexual relationships, societal responsibility, and so on.

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January 09 2019 By dvirtue MOCKINGBIRD: The Shaky Theology of a Hyper Grace Movement

Although the organization claims no denominational affiliation, David Zahl (son of Rev. Dr. Paul Zahl) is an Episcopalian and licensed lay preacher, serving on the staff of Christ Episcopal Church in Charlottesville, Virginia. He founded Mockingbird with the help of Jacob Smith, an associate priest at Calvary -- St. George's in Manhattan. The Episcopal Church has embraced this movement and has given it financial support. Mockingbird raises some $360,000 a year to support a staff of four.

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January 05 2019 By dvirtue Canadian Anglicans Contemplate Suicide as a faster route to Heaven or Hell

The ACoC is an expert in suicide, of course, since it has been committing it institutionally for years, he writes.

Recently, the Bishop of Toronto Kevin Robertson married his partner at St. James Cathedral, in a form of ecclesiastical and moral suicide that is rapidly emptying the Anglican Church of Canada.

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January 01 2019 By dvirtue Toronto Anglican Bishop Kevin Robertson marries his homosexual partner in cathedral

An official announcement from the cathedral said this: "The Diocese of Toronto congratulates Bishop Kevin Robertson and Mr. Mohan Sharma, who were married today at St. James Cathedral in the presence of their two children, their families and many friends, including Archbishop Colin Johnson and Bishop Andrew Asbil. We wish them much joy in their marriage."

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December 31 2018 By dvirtue TEC Imposes New Ordination Vows for Wannabee Bishops

FR. SNODGRASS: I will, with God's help.

VOL: If the "oath of conformity" means to conform to General Convention resolutions claims which uphold the Constitution and Canons of TEC and the vows themselves contain any pledge to obey all canons of General Convention irrespective of diocesan rights or to submit to a central body or office, will you do so?

FR. SNODGRASS: I will, with God's help.

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December 26 2018 By dvirtue Anglican Communion is now Two Communions

With all the talk of radical inclusion in the Church of England by two Archbishops, it seems increasingly clear that the only people not being included are orthodox Anglicans, particularly evangelicals, says the Rev. Melvin Tinker, author and rector who was recently banned from preaching at Derby Cathedral at a Carol service organized by the local university Christian Union over the three issues of money, power and sex.

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December 23 2018 By dvirtue ACNA Archbishop is Optimistic in the face of National Decline

"When I look at our Province and see that we are only ten years old, I am filled with joy and thanksgiving... and I see the power of the hand and power of God that has both guided and protected us."

The archbishop described it as an "Ebenezer" moment, allowing the ministers of the province to grow through prayer and support.

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December 20 2018 By dvirtue Anglican Theology Conference Highlights 'What is Anglicanism'?

The Rt. Rev. Mouneer Anis; Anglican Bishop of Egypt for the Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa, Anglican Province of Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East -- Cairo, Egypt

The V. Rev. Andrew Pearson Jr.; Dean, Episcopal Cathedral Church of the Advent -- Birmingham, Alabama

The Rev. Gerald McDermott; Anglican Chair of Divinity, Beeson Divinity School of Samford University -- Birmingham, Alabama

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