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The key issue is scriptural authority

The US position means that other Anglicans must act for biblical truth, argues Peter Jensen

“Crisis”, “schism”, “division”, “break-up” — this has been the language of the past five years in the Anglican Communion. Again and again, we have reached “defining moments”, “crucial meetings”, and “turning points”, only to discover that they simply lead into another period of uncertainty.

Uncertainty is now over. The decisive moments have passed. Irreversible actions have occurred. The time has come for sustained thought about a different future. The Anglican Communion will ...

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Wed 27 Jul 16 @ 11:13
Theologian who specialises in Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations appointed as @JustinWelby reconciliation adviser https://t.co/38phxb7ule

Tue 26 Jul 16 @ 17:18
RT @ShaunJClarksonJust been searching the (free access in July) @ChurchTimes archive for "Goole" Fascinating to see what's changed in 150 years & what hasn't