Bishop of Bendigo Defends His Statements on Marriage

The Bishop of Bendigo, Andrew Curnow, has used his “The Bishop Writes” column in the October/November edition of the diocese’s monthly newspaper “The Spirit” [pdf] to defend his comments last month about the current national debate on marriage redefinition. Readers of davidould.net will be interested to learn that this website is named in Bishop Curnow’s comments. […]

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Bishop Curnow of Bendigo supports changing Christian view of Marriage and Euthanasia

The retiring bishop of Bendigo, Andrew Curnow, has used one of his very last columns in the diocesan newspaper “Spirit” to come out in support of both marriage redefinition and upcoming legislation in Victoria for euthanasia. Sources tell davidould.net that his remarks in the September 2017 issue have left many in the diocese “not happy and very disappointed”. The […]

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SEC Motion: Dean Raffel’s Speech as Proposer

from sydneyanglicans.net Across the Anglican communion churches are trying to work out how best to love people of diverse sexual orientation. This is important because all people are made in God’s image; and God hates nothing that he has made. It is important because all people are to be valued honoured and loved not only because they are […]

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BREAKING: Australian General Synod notes SEC marriage canon “contrary to the doctrine of our Church and the teaching of Christ”

In a complex but mainly well-tempered debate the Anglican Church of Australia’s General Synod has passed a motion regarding the recent move by the Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) to change their canons on marriage. The motion, passed by houses, noted with regret the SEC’s actions as “contrary to the doctrine of our church and the […]

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General Synod Day 1 – Dealing with the Past

As the first day of the Australian General Synod draws to a close delegates have spent much of their time thinking about some of the tragic lapses of the past and putting their mind to rectifying matters in the future. The President’s address (given by the Primate) began the theme of retrospection as he asked […]

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