Statement and Reaction from #Primates2016

The Primates gathering has released a statement a day early, as they respond to the reality of the large amount of news that’s been shared over the past 12 hours. Statement from Primates 2016 14 Jan 2016 Today the Primates agreed how they would walk together in the grace and love of Christ. This agreement acknowledges […]

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“A Double-Minded Man”

A brilliant editorial by Gerald Bray in the current Churchman, one of the most astute reflections upon Rowan Williams I’ve read in a long time: “A double-minded man” [pdf]. Evangelicals have never warmed to him, partly because he is too different in temperament and interests to have much appeal to them, and partly because his […]

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Farewell Rowan

What can you say? Over at Stand Firm we’ve opened up a “bloggers’ comments” post. Here’s my initial contribution. Despite all his undeniably admirable personal qualities, Rowan Williams will sadly be remembered as the Archbishop of Canterbury who presided over and contributed to one of the most divisive eras in the history of the Anglican Communion. He […]

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Of Archbishops and Crosses

Sometimes you do just have to wonder what Rowan Williams is playing at. But then other times, you have to wonder how fair the media are. There is a case going before the European Court of Human Rights wherein a lady called Nadia Eweida is fighting the decision by her employer to remove her from […]

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