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Repercussions for Church of England after Primates vote?

A noted theater director petitions the United Kingdom to remove Church of England Bishops from the House of Lords to comply with anti-discrimination laws; Jonathan Merritt chastises the Anglican Communion for focusing on human sexuality while remaining mum on the less controversial sin of supporting oppressive governments efforts to criminalize LGBTQ people, and Primate Philip Richardson shares his experience from the Primates’ meeting.

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Nicholas Okoh and the women he leads

According to Okoh – or at least this is how we’re reading it – much of the blame for the ills of society is to be heaped upon women first, then homosexuals. But mostly women. So there’s that, then.

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Parsing the latest from the GAFCON Primates

A few weeks ago, the primates of the Global South Anglican group released a statement from their meeting in China. We didn’t jump right on it for two reasons: the first is that there didn’t seem to be much news in it, but the second may be worth remarking on.

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Sir Paul Reeves, Archbishop and Governor General has died

An Anglican Archbishop who also served as New Zealand’s first Maori Governor-General, has died. He was 78. Sir Paul Reeves was the Primate of New Zealand in the early eighties and then was appointed by Her Majesty the Queen to serve as Governor General of New Zealand where he was able to build unique bridges between the various cultures of that

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