Anglicanism

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The Briefing 12-05-13

Would higher minimum wage really lead to the greatest human flourishing? No one really knows; After over ten years, the legalization of prostitution in Germany…Read this essay →

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When the Lights Go Out: The Death of a Denomination

When a church forfeits its doctrinal convictions and then embraces ambiguity and tolerates heresy, it undermines its own credibility and embraces its own destruction.Read this essay →

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“For the Sake of God” — Must We Surrender Sexual Morality?

Ruth Gledhill calls upon Anglicans to just drop the issue of homosexuality “for the sake of God, themselves, and the common good.”Read this essay →

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The Real Anglican Tragedy

American Episcopalians have again shown their theological liberalism by electing their second openly homosexual candidate for the office of assistant bishop of Los Angeles.  Mary...Read this essay →

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A House Divided?

Less than a month after the Episcopal Church voted to end its commitment to a moratorium on the election of openly homosexual priests as bishops,...Read this essay →

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“The Orthodox Are Finished”

Acting in open defiance to the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Episcopal Church has voted to end a de facto moratorium on the election and consecration...Read this essay →

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Waving God Goodbye — The Tale of the Unbelieving Bishop

Richard Holloway is a Bishop of the Scottish Episcopal Church. There seems to be on obvious problem -- he doesn't believe in God.  In the...Read this essay →

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Do Christians Need ‘Rules’ for Conversion?

A motion to the General Synod of the Church of England is asking that the church make clear its understanding of conversion and the exclusivity...Read this essay →

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A Conversation with Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali

Few voices in the Church of England have stood more boldly for biblical authority than the Right Reverend Michael Nazir-Ali, Bishop of Rochester. In a...Read this essay →

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‘Mere Anglicanism’ and the Essence of Biblical Christianity

As the Episcopalian Church in the United States of America (ECUSA) has moved further into theological liberalism and away from biblical fidelity, many evangelical American...Read this essay →

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It’s About Theology, Not Territory

Christian leaders formerly associated with the Episcopal Church have announced the creation of a new denomination -- the Anglican Church in North America.  The announcement...Read this essay →

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Defender of Faith? Throne Language for the Postmodern Prince

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Defender of Faith? Throne Language for the Postmodern Prince

HRH Charles, Prince of Wales, turned 60 last week.  This makes Prince Charles the longest-living heir to the throne in British history.  It also raises...Read this essay →

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A ‘Season of Gracious Restraint?’ Not Likely.

The 2008 Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops ended with something more like a whimper than a bang.  The once-a-decade meeting of bishops of the Anglican...Read this essay →

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What Happened (and What Didn’t) at Lambeth

With the conclusion of the Lambeth Conference, the state of global Anglicanism is once again at the center of conversation. On today's program, Dr. Mohler...Read this essay →

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“One Word of Truth Will Outweigh the Whole World” — The Death of Alexander Solzhenitsyn

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Blame Africa? The Anglicans and their Troubles

The Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops is meeting in Britain, even as the worldwide Anglican communion is about to tear itself asunder over issues of...Read this essay →

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In Error and Apostate — The Anglican Division Looms

The world-wide Anglican Communion has been skating on thin ice for decades now, skirting disaster only by an infinitely creative arrangement of compromises. Now, with...Read this essay →

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Salvation through Christ Alone? — A Moment of Decision

The Church of England faces yet another theological challenge as it prepares for the meeting of its General Synod in July. This time the issue...Read this essay →

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The Archbishop and the Embryo

Archbishop Rowan Williams, Primate of the Church of England and leader of the Anglican Communion was once a human embryo. So was I. So were...Read this essay →

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“It Feels as if the Soul of Britain is Dying”

"It took several centuries to convert Britain to Christianity, but it has taken less than forty years for the country to forsake it." That was...Read this essay →

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On Discussing Doctrine in Public

We must first express a bit of sympathetic understanding for the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. As the spiritual head of the Church of England...Read this essay →

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What Really Happened in New Orleans? An Anglican Schism Draws Closer

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“The Gap Has Only Widened” — The Anglican Separation Begins

For the first time since 1860 a diocese of the Episcopal Church has seceded from the national body. The vote came Saturday as delegates to...Read this essay →

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“Irreconcilable Truth Claims” — Watch for Anglican Developments

Pressures in the Anglican Communion continue to build as conservative leaders around the globe now call for a postponement of the communion's next great gathering...Read this essay →

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What Really Happened in New Orleans?An Anglican Schism Draws Closer

The recent meeting of the Episcopal Church's House of Bishops in New Orleans has only deepened the division and discord within America's Anglican community. On...Read this essay →

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What Really Happened in New Orleans? An Anglican Schism Draws Closer

"We want that statement to be clear and unambiguous and we are working in that direction," said Episcopal Bishop Neil Alexander of Atlanta. The bishop...Read this essay →

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Heresy Precedes Homosexuality

The mere fact that the Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson is the Episcopal Church's first openly homosexual bishop ensures that he will be a media celebrity...Read this essay →

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Anglican “Missionary” Bishop Named for America — The Schism Arrives

William Bennett once observed that America was fast becoming "the kind of nation civilized nations sent missionaries to." In truth, that is what America has...Read this essay →

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Anglican “Missionary” Bishop Named for America — The Schism Arrives

William Bennett once observed that America was fast becoming "the kind of nation civilized nations sent missionaries to." In truth, that is what America has...Read this essay →

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