27. April 2008

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Reflections on the April 25th-26th ANiC Conference (Vancouver)

An encouraging report and some photos can be viewed
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26. April 2008

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Archbishops issue joint statement on Zimbabwe

Thursday 24 April 2008 The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have today issued a joint statement in support of the strong voice of fellow bishops in Zimbabwe. They have called for greater efforts on behalf of the people of Zimbabwe who are “left even more vulnerable to conflist heaped upon poverty amd the threat of national...
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18. April 2008

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Is it smart to forget God’s Wrath? - Abp Peter Jensen

By Archbishop of Sydney, Peter Jensen for
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17. April 2008

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Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui Sheng Gong Index (1955-1957)

The Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui (“Chinese Anglican”) official publication The Chinese Churchmen (圣 公会报) ceased publication after the political changes in China in 1949. On 2 January 1955 Chinese Churchmen (圣工), literally meaning “sacred work”, was launched. It appeared more or less a quarterly magazine...
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14. April 2008

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Conflict and Covenant - Talks from Fulcrum Conference Islington 2008

Now online at Fulcrum. Addresses from Fulcrum Conference Islington, 12 April 2008 Tom Wright, ‘
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04. April 2008

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Virginia Anglican Churches Prevail in Court

Historic Ruling Halts Episcopal Attempt to Seize Control of Church Property FAIRFAX, Va. – The 11 churches sued by The Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Virginia responded to today’s Fairfax County Circuit Court ruling that the Virginia Division Statute (Virginia Code § 57-9) applies to support their efforts to keep their...
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02. April 2008

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The coming religious peace

An informative article which is relevant to the on-going interfaith work. “...Human beings have never lacked for things to fight over, but for the last two millennia, they have fought the most over ideas involving the divine. Politics, technology, military capacity, and diseases have all played decisive roles in shaping history,...
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