27. April 2006

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Jack Estes: Times Up. Point of Decision for the Episcopal Church USA

There are two visions competing for the heart and soul of the Episcopal Church. They are separate and distinct. They are irreconcilable. The two cannot be brought together in unity, because at the very heart of each reside fundamental assumptions and principles that are radically opposed to one another. In order to merge the Progressive...
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20. April 2006

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A CHURCH ASUNDER -by PETER J. BOYER

In the late summer of 1965, a high-school valedictorian named Gene Robinson anxiously set off from Lexington, Kentucky, for college. He was the first in his family to come so far, and the school he’d chosen, the University of the South, in Sewanee, Tennessee, was not an obvious fit. Sewanee, as the school is known, was conceived, by an...
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16. April 2006

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Archbishop Rowan Williams: Sermon for Easter Day

One of the ways in which we now celebrate the great Christian festivals in our society is by a little flurry of newspaper articles and television programmes raking over the coals of controversies about the historical basis of faith. So it was no huge surprise to see a fair bit of coverage given a couple of weeks ago to the discovery of a...
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15. April 2006

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Living the Resurrected life - Easter Message by Archbishop Peter Akinola

THE CHURCH OF NIGERIA (Anglican Communion) THE MOST REV. PETER J. AKINOLA, CON, D.D, Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria. 14th April, 2006
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