Tag: Archbishop Of Canterbury

Bishop David Anderson on Reconciliation

I think he may have a point. Now to things more specifically Anglican, such as the new Archbishop of Canterbury’s concept of Reconciliation, and what it means, and did he get it right? In today’s digest of articles we have

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Hypocrisy at its Worst

Did you see this piece in the Daily Mail two days ago? Members of the Church of England’s ‘parliament’ are attempting to oust one of its most senior figures following the defeat of legislation to allow women bishops. In a dramatic move,

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Three Challenges

I co-wrote a piece with Andrew Lilico that has just been published on the Conservative Home website. The third key challenge concerns whether we should remain the Church ofEngland — should we continue to be the state church.  This issue may

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Appointing Justin – A Lesson in Communication

In a little over two hours time it will be formally announced that Justin Welby, currently the Bishop of Durham, will become the new Archbishop of Canterbury, succeeding Rowan Williams as the next occupant of Lambeth Palace. Of course, we

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Sunday Times on Justin Welby

There is a piece in the Sunday Times today (behind the pay-wall so no link) by Jonathan Wynne-Jones revealing that Justin Welby, the current Bishop of Durham, is the front-runner to replace Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Canterbury. The piece

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Spin, Spin, Spin

Gosh, I do love it when people try to spin things to avoid the obvious. Take for example this wonderful paragraph by Keith Sharpe on his latest Changing Attitude blog. It is alleged that [Wallace Benn] has on occasions demanded

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