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January 19 2018 By dvirtue Forgiveness and Reconciliation: But by whom for whom?

Not necessarily.

Let's take the recent death of AMiA Bishop Charles "Chuck" Murphy, a man whose vision started the realignment in North American Anglicanism. He was touted as a visionary, a missionary bishop, orthodox in faith and morals, a preacher of some note, fund raiser extraordinaire, a leader for our times and much more.

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January 12 2018 By dvirtue Charles H. Murphy III, 1948-2018: ‘He Fought a Good Fight…’

Murphy was behind the First Promise Movement that led to the formation of The Anglican Mission, in opposition to the theologically and morally deteriorating situation in The Episcopal Church. He is recognized for his vision, innovation and values that made him a major figure in the birth of the realignment of Anglicanism in North America.

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January 10 2018 By dvirtue Queer Episcopal Organization "Integrity" Goes Volunteer as it Runs out of Money

What happened? Was it that the organization had won the culture wars on sodomy in TEC and no longer needed money for the organization, or that people had finally grown weary of sodomy being thrust at them from every level of the church, that they finally had had enough and said: no more.

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January 04 2018 By dvirtue GAFCON Chairman Unloads on Justin Welby in New Years' Letter

"Ten years ago, at our first gathering in Jerusalem, we dedicated ourselves to the service of this gospel. We described ourselves as 'confessing Anglicans' in contrast to those who were embracing a false gospel, yet had not been called to account by the traditional leadership of the Communion."

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December 30 2017 By dvirtue The ‘Mote and Beam’ Hypocrisy of two Church of England Bishops

That has not stopped two C of E bishops launching into a tirade on American politics, in particular the president, who got his support from some 81% of the evangelical population of this country.

Archbishop Justin Welby opined in a recent radio broadcast that he could not fathom why evangelicals voted for Trump, and criticized “populist leaders that deceive,” and said Evangelical Americans’ support for Trump doesn’t tally up with Christian teachings.

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December 26 2017 By dvirtue Three ACNA Bishops sign open letter opposing "transgender ideology"

The three Anglican bishops included ACNA Archbishop Foley Beach, Bishop John Guernsey, Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic and Bishop Eric Menees, San Joaquin. CANA/ACNA Bishop Julian Dobbs did not get the document in time but told VOL he would have signed it.

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December 21 2017 By dvirtue My Interview to be the Next Bishop of Muddy Waters, West Virginia

PANEL: What do you think of women?

VOL: I rather like them. I have been married to one for over 30 years and as far as I can make she is still speaking to me.

PANEL: What about your views of women in ministry?

VOL: I'm for women deacons but no higher in the pecking order. I do believe women deacons should wear their cassocks right down to the ground, you have no idea what a well-turned ankle can do to excite lust in my heart.

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December 18 2017 By dvirtue Archbishop Welby Wishes Archbishop Okoh Bon Voyage from the Anglican Communion

"The worst of it, is because you won't waffle and play nice over gay men who love each other and just want to be accepted for who they are. Where is your compassion one must ask? What's a little sodomy between friends in a committed relationship. Have you no heart for men who desire men even if the Bible expressly forbids it!

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December 15 2017 By dvirtue The ties that bind our Anglican Communion family are slowly coming untied

The See of Canterbury is one of the unique features which binds us together. At the Primates' Meeting in October it was clear just how much Canterbury meant to those who came. For Anglicans, communion with the See of Canterbury -- and with its Archbishop -- is the visible expression of our communion with one another.

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December 13 2017 By dvirtue Sexual Revolution Has Worked Out Well, Episcopal Church Primate Reports

“It’s historic,” opined the Presiding Bishop. “Old fashioned adultery and fornication, bullying, lying and stealing was not enough, we needed the full range of LGBTQXXXxxx1212 sexualities to sweep the Church and we have been successful. Praise the Lord and let us thank Rumi the Sufi, a favorite guru of Frank Griswold. Along with the last three presiding bishops’ we have managed to throw off the shackles of biblical morality.”

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