Monday, 21 July 2008

General Synod - detailed Church Times reports

The detailed reports in the Church Times of the recent Church of England General Synod are now available to non-subscribers.

Index to all reports

The reports on the women bishops debates

Women bishops: debate: ‘I know people say that bishops can’t be trusted, but I think I can’ - reports of the Bishop of Manchester’s preentation on the Friday evening and the take note debate on the Saturday.
Women bishops: the vote - the main debate on Monday 7 July

Posted by Peter Owen on Monday, 21 July 2008 at 2:57pm BST | TrackBack
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This is a pure curiousity question - Does anyone know how many Bishops failed to show for the last Lambeth? Or the previous one? I ask since we hear endlessly about the 220 or so Bishops who did not come this year- but,surely, there is never 100% attendance - so the question relates to the marginal difference and not the absolute number quoted in the press

Posted by: ettu on Monday, 21 July 2008 at 3:27pm BST

I think this question is on the wrong thread, but the exact same question was asked yesterday in the earlier briefing at Canterbury for the press, about which I am to blog shortly.
We were promised answers to it today.
Let's save further comments on this topic for the correct thread...

Posted by: Simon Sarmiento on Tuesday, 22 July 2008 at 7:02am BST

Which is ...?

Posted by: Göran Koch-Swahne on Thursday, 24 July 2008 at 6:50am BST

http://www.thinkinganglicans.org.uk/archives/003303.html

Posted by: Simon Sarmiento on Thursday, 24 July 2008 at 3:46pm BST
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