Tag: Hereford

Stalemate in Hereford

News from the sticks that the Diocese can’t decide who their Bishop should be. [gview file=”https://www.peter-ould.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/2014.03.07-Press-Release.pdf”] My sources indicate to me that only two candidates were interviewed. Pete Broadbent has suggested there may be a simple explanation why no preferred

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Women Bishops – The Numbers

All 44 dioceses have voted and the results are in. The Women Bishops legislation will return to Synod in the new year and will see the critical decision. Which way will the vote go? At first, looking at the results

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The Uniqueness of Christ – Who Voted No?

Last week we saw the terrific debate in General Synod on the uniqueness of Christ which I live-blogged on. The motion that was eventually passed reads as follows: That this Synod warmly welcome Dr Martin Davie’s background paper ‘The witness

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Some Consideration on the Law and Bangor

As regards the possibility of Jeffrey John becoming Bishop of Bangor, it might be worth reviewing the conversations on this blog last summer after the Priddis / Reaney case. As you remember, Reaney took Priddis, the Bishop of Hereford, to

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