Thinking Anglicans

Opinion – 23 July 2016

Nazia Parveen The Guardian ‘This is what I’m meant to be doing’: the vicar welcoming Muslims to church

Graham Kings Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Sarah the Mother of Mission: An Exposition on Genesis 18 and the painting by Silvia Dimitrova

David Pocklington Law & Religion UK Objectors to female bishops
Archdruid Eileen Objection to the Consecration of Female Bishops: A Liturgy

Rachel Obordo and Guardian readers The Guardian ‘I’ve learnt to be compassionate and diplomatic’: what it’s like to be a vicar’s kid
Sam Kinchin-Smith London Review of Books Vicars’ Children

Miranda Threlfall-Holmes Sex in the Anglican Communion 1
Sex in the Anglican Communion 2

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peterpi - Peter Gross
peterpi - Peter Gross
4 years ago

If all liturgies were as Archdruid Eileen proposed, the C of E would be packing them in.

Regarding sex in the Anglican Communion, I assume most people are for it, as long as it doesn’t scare the horses, and the participants think of God, either the monarch or the provincial primate, and country.
I still think “primate” is all too apt a description, at times, but then I’m thinking of Linnaean, not ecclesiastical, classification.

Interested Observer
Interested Observer
4 years ago

Aficionados of the stranger parts of the Internet will be aware of the insane ramblings of the “Freeman on the Land” movement.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freemen_on_the_land

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Freeman_on_the_land

Paul Williamson’s challenges to the perfectly legal decisions of the Church of England have a similar ring to them: appeals to mis-readings of irrelevant law, and a refusal to take no for an answer. It’s sad, really. But being staggeringly rude to people during church services? Whatever the theological point he thinks he’s making, it’s just rude.

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