Tag: Lambeth

The Church and Homosexuality – Jeffrey John

For those who are interested, this is the lecture that Dr Jeffrey John gave to the Post Lambeth 1998 Affirming Catholicism Conference entitled “The Church and Homosexuality : Post-Lambeth Reflections”. Instead of using the viewer below you can click here

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Rick Warren on Uganda

In case you missed it, this is Warren’s excellent contribution to the Uganda debate. Everything that needed to be said (and, though he’s not an Anglican, utterly Lambeth ’98 1:10 compliant)

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Fulcrum on Developments in TEC

An absolutely brilliant press statement from Fulcrum on D025 and other developments. The decision, by a 2-to-1 majority, of the House of Bishops of TEC to pass D025 represents a further determined walking apart by the American Church and must

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Predjudiced against what?

Colin Coward, in his latest blog post, demonstrates an unfortunate inability to discern what the conservative position on same-sex activity actually is. Anyone who bases their attitudes to LGBT people on the official teaching of the church risks making statements

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CEEC releases Statement following NEAC5

The Church of England Evangelical Council met last Thursday after the controversial NEAC5 meeting and have now released a statement. Here it is: CEEC apologises for the fact that we failed to circulate the proposed resolutions prior to the Consultation

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Are 815 in any sense graceful?

Some telling words from the Bishop of South Carolina: All of this leads me to believe that the challenges that lie before a predominately conservative diocese like South Carolina have now been enormously increased if only because of the perception

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