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The Pope’s Anglican Division - Dr Graham Kings

11. November 2009

Comment

The current context of Vatican departments is illuminating. It is right to question both the wisdom of bypassing the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, and its President, Cardinal Walter Kasper, who was not even present at the press conference in Rome, and the depth of knowledge of Anglican tradition in the Congregation for...

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Living in time with the rhythm of the Church’s year - Graham Kings

14. October 2008

Comment

Rhythm is the longest English word without a vowel — though it has to be admitted that “y” acts as a sort of vowel. It is also basic to our enjoyment in life. We breathe, walk and swim rhythmically, usually without noticing it. We appreciate music, poetry and drama. We become more balanced in our quality of life when rhythms develop...

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Splitters United or Patient Pressure? - Dr Graham Kings

24. November 2006

Comment

Source: Fulcrum republished, with permission, from The Church of England Newspaper, 24 November 2006 Fulcrum Newsletter, November 2006 by Graham Kings, Vicar of St Mary Islington and theological secretary of Fulcrum Last week two large, historic evangelical churches in the Washington area began moves to leave The Episcopal Church....

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Shechem, Corinth and Columbus: ECUSA’s Choices - Graham Kings

30. June 2006

Comment

Andrew Goddard has written a perceptive commentary on these intersections. With trepidation, I will attempt to build on their ideas by describing this quadrant of responses and also developing it, including titles for the four groups and examples of names of people and groups within them. The vertical line intersecting the quadrant...

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