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Global South Anglican theological Formation and Education Task Force, Kigali September 2006

23. September 2006

Comment

Preamble The timing of the Task Force is significant, in light of the growth of the Anglican Churches in the Global South (Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Middle East) and the contemporary crisis in the Anglican Communion. Both contexts demand that theological formation and education be accorded top priority by the...

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Global South Primates Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda

09. September 2006

Comment

Some 20 Provinces will be represented at the Global South Primates Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, Sept. 19–22. They will be expected to address current Communion concerns like the proposed Anglican Covenant and its adoption process, response to GC2006, agenda for Lambeth 2008 and so on. However, top in the list of priority this time...

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Daybreak at Kigali – Horizons before the Anglican Global South Primates in September 2006

30. August 2006

Comment

Michael Nai-Chiu Poon, Singapore Director, Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia “So Jacob was left alone, and   a man wrestled with him till daybreak. . . . The man said, "Your name will no   longer be Jacob, but Israel, because you have struggled with God and with men   and have overcome." Jacob said,...

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