Thinking Anglicans

Opinion – 28 February 2018

Giles Goddard ViaMedia.News “There are No “Problems” – There are Simply People!”

James Alexander Cameron Stained Glass Attitudes Church demolition and preservation revisited

Neal Michell The Living Church 11 Tips for New Ordinands

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I very much appreciate Giles thinking.
For some of us who would call ourselves Tractarians,or Anglo Catholics; we have held long in tension our gratitude for our historic liturgy and faith; and our liberal hope to be accepted as gay christians in our beloved church.

Fr John Emlyn

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Thank you very much for the link to Neal Michell’s article.

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I found Goddard infuriating for missing the obvious point. He starts by mentioning Genesis 17 but fails to develop this into a proposition that Abraham’s and Sarah’s name change is justification for the church formally recognising (through a service) names following change of gender.

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11 tips for new ordinands is excellent. I agree with 10.8 of them!