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Editorial Comments (19 Sept 2009): Don’t blink, please.

19. September 2008

Comment

I read with concern Archbishop of Wales’ recent reported remarks to his governing body. While acknowledging the severity of the 2003 crisis, he ask that there should be ‘no quick fix solution to the Communion crisis.’ While he states and wishes that “sexuality is not a Communion-breaking issue’, - the fact...

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Editorial Comments (15.08.08): Our apology

15. August 2008

Comment

In view of today’s letter from Deborah Pitt in the Times,  we unreservedly apologise for the remarks we made in our last issue of Editorial Comments that might be considered unfair or inaccurate.  We have also made some necessary changes to the article in question.

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Editorial Comments (09 Aug 2008): Walking Statements or Going to the Pits?

09. August 2008

Comment

Walking Lambeth Statements? The jury is still out as to the benefits of the recent Lambeth Conference. The views of participants said it best and they can be read here and here. From what can be read or heard thus far, it has been an impactful gathering where the bishops were taken through the spiritual exercises of worship, prayer,...

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Editorial Comments (1st August 2008): Deeply Exercised but Moving On

01. August 2008

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01/08/2008 I read the Windsor Continuation Group observations, which came in three installments, with a sense of hope. I recalled that this was also the immediate response of most when the Dar Es Salaam Statement was released. There was hope then that the ‘torn fabric’ will be healed. This hope can be summarised this way: That...

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Editorial comments: Lambeth, GAFCON and my ‘two sense’ worth

22. May 2008

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22th May 2008 Much can be gathered through reading articles on the Net on how Lambeth and GAFCON are being perceived. What is obvious is that there are a range of views, as one would expect, depending on one’s churchmanship, theological views and personal experience of the communion or those wider ‘instruments.”  I don’t...

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An Editorial Update - 26th February 2008

27. February 2008

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Archbishop Peter Akinola with Archbishop John Chew in a recent photo at a Dubai meeting In spite of their busy travelling schedules, both Archbishop John Chew (Southeast Asia) and Archbishop Peter Akinola (Nigeria) found time to communicate in the way they knew best - face to face. They met up in Dubai recently (see photo). Given the...

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