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Steps towards the Covenant - Ephraim Radner

21. March 2007

Comment

ENS A presentation by Ephraim Radner to the House of Bishops on the Proposed Anglican Covenant. (Monday, March 19, 2007) I want briefly to say something about the Covenant’s origins in a practical sense, and then move on to its rationale and content.  As most of us know, the proposal for an Anglican Covenant derives almost...

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Bishops approach Communique, Covenant with prayer, reflection

20. March 2007

Comment

(ENS) A weekend of prayer, reflection, and study of environmental sustainability and God’s mission has engaged the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops as its members have prepared to respond to the Primates’ Communique and the proposed Anglican Covenant. The Covenant is the topic of March 19 discussions following a plenary...

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Ephraim Radner and Michael Poon on the Proposed Covenant: Summary of discussions

09. March 2007

Comment

1. Making Promises: the Proposed Anglican Covenant in the life of Communion - Ephraim Radner evaluates the Proposed Covenant (Ed: This started the discussion and debate) 2. A Very Godly Order: A Response to Ephraim’s evaluation by Michael Poon 3. Uncovering the light: the Proposed Covenant our Anglican Heritage. A response to Dr....

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3 questions to your clarification - Ephraim responds to Poon

09. March 2007

Comment

Dear Michael, This is helpfully clarifying.  My own sense is that, at the center of Anglicanism – an ecclesial reality whose vocation is provisional, and in service of the larger Church and world – is the lived reality of Scripture-in-Communion, the power of the Word of God shaping and transforming the lives of human beings...

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Uncovering the light:  the Proposed Covenant our Anglican Heritage.  A response to Dr. Poon

07. March 2007

Comment

by Ephraim Radner As always, I am grateful for Dr. Poon’s courtesy in deeming my remarks worth his time to comment upon.  And, as has proved the case in the past, I am not sure that we disagree as much as he seems to indicate!  My own discussion of the Proposed Covenant upon which he comments derives simply from my role as a...

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Making Promises: the Proposed Anglican Covenant in the life of Communion - Ephraim Radner

03. March 2007

Comment

Based on a talk to the clergy of the Diocese of the Rio Grande, February, 2007 The Proposed Covenant recently commended by the Primates to the Communion for study and response deserves serious discussion, not only with regards to its particulars, but more importantly, with regard to its larger purpose and character. However critical may...

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Dr Michael Poon & Dr Ephraim Radner - Discussing and debating Communion issues

05. December 2006

Comment

Thanks to Dr Graham Kings, who first organised the articles at the Fulcrum forum The following is a series of articles and comments on the Global South Anglican site linked together. The series shows interesting interaction and interlearning earlier in the year between Michael Poon and Ephraim ...

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Communion’s Martyred Depth - Dr Ephraim Radner

27. September 2006

Comment

T hank you, Dr.  Poon,  for the graciousness of your invitation into a reflection on our deeper life in communion.  Thank you, too, for the gift of the poems by Wang Weifan and Xie Fuya, which bespeak of a hope and a challenge (and all hopefulness is inherently a kind of challenge to our present life) that we –...

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A comment from Ephraim Radner on Michael Poon’s ‘Works of Love’

15. September 2006

Comment

Epraim Radner’s responded in the comment section but since that article (Works of Love) was posted a while back, I am posting the comment as a fresh article to encourage continuing dialogue. - TW I appreciate and am thankful for the chance to converse with such an acute thinker as Dr. Poon. I agree with Dr. Poon on most of his...

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Our New Season of Anglican Maturing - ACI

12. July 2006

Comment

By Christopher Seitz, Ephraim Radner, Philip Turner There are also further comments and a heartfelt plea by Ephraim Radner here. Amongst conservatives in the United States, two different understandings of Communion and how to maintain it appear to be vying for ascendancy in our present season. One has assumed, and may still assume,...

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