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The Wisdom of the Cross: Some reflections on ACC-14 and the Anglican Covenant - Ephraim Radner

14. May 2009

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Anglican Institute Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner Wednesday, May 13th, 2009 A number of persons from around the Communion have asked me for my perspective on the recent ACC meeting’s treatment of the proposed Anglican Covenant.  There are at least two reasons, I suppose, why my opinion might be solicited.  First, I have been a...

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Covenant Design Group Communique and latest draft text

15. April 2009

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The Covenant Design Group (CDG) met under the chairmanship of the Most Revd Drexel Gomez, former Primate of the Church in the Province of the West Indies, between 29th March and 2nd April, 2009, in Ridley Hall, Cambridge, at the invitation of the Principal, the Revd Canon Andrew Norman, former Representative of the Archbishop of...

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Issues on the new American Province, inside or outside strategy etc

29. November 2008

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There is an on-going discussion on the formation of a new Province in USA, anticipating an announcement or launched on 3rd Dec (ACN). A New “Province” in North America: Neither the Only Nor the Right Answer for the Communion - Ephraim Radner A response to Ephraim by Rev Robert Munday For more discusisons on the new...

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Ephraim Radner: Truthful Language and Orderly Separation

11. September 2008

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Categories like “moratoria” and “reception” and “listening”, for instance, are now prominent elements in our strategic ecclesial discussions. Unfortunately, they no longer appear to be useful categories, in large part because they do not accurately reflect the actual relationship of expectation and possibility that the...

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A Word in Time: An Open Letter to the Anglican Communion

27. August 2008

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Covenant By Canon Neal Michell To download a PDF version of this document for easy sharing via email, click here August 25, 2008 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, We the undersigned contributors to Covenant-Communion.com believe that “a word in time” is now needed in order to assist the Communion to move forward in a...

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Discipline and the Bishops in a Time of Confusion and Discernment: The Case of Bishop Duncan

24. January 2008

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Anglican Communion Institute by Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner   Wednesday, 23 January 2008 As Anglican Christians, both within and outside TEC, what are we to make of the disciplinary process against Pittsburgh’s Bishop, Robert Duncan, now initiated by the Presiding Bishop?  In brief, I would urge TEC and other Anglican...

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Reflections on TEC and Communion

20. September 2007

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Kendall Harmon: Honesty or Obfuscation in New Orleans? Ephraim Radner—Violence and Communion: Why the World Looks to Anglicanism, Or Will Pass It By Andrew Goddard: Thoughts on the Anglican Communion at the very edge of the Precipice Graham Kings: The Edge: The Episcopal Church, September 2007

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The Common Cause of a Common Light - EphraimRadner

15. July 2007

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Friday, 13 July 2007 The movement towards a separated North American Anglican church, aligned perhaps with one part of the Anglican Communion and not another, appears to be gaining steam.  The focus of the Anglican Communion Network’s official leadership has shifted perceptibly towards this goal, overtly transferring its...

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Fractured Identity and Broken Trust: TEC’s Invention of Itself - Epraim Radner

11. June 2007

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ACI Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner   Wednesday, 23 May 2007 In the midst of an increasingly exhausting and exhausted ecclesial struggle, we are now once again hearing the plea, “Why can’t we just get along?”.  It is a question many have long raised, but its renewed urgings, from leaders within TEC or recently from e.g. South...

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Ephraim Radner: What Way Ahead?

23. March 2007

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To a certain kind of faithful Episcopalian, things may indeed look bleak. The recent House of Bishops meeting in Texas seems to put a seal of finality to the fraying hopes many of us had for the renewal of our common life. To be realistic, however, is not to lose hope; rather, it is see more clearly where our true hope must lie. As for...

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