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We Might Still Get the 2/3rds in the House of Bishops

Originally posted on The Island Parson:
The General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada will meet in July 2016 in Richmond Hill, just north of Toronto. General Synod includes all active bishops in the church, the Primate and various…

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Homosexuality, Depression, And the Church

Originally posted on S. Bradford Long:
Depression has always been a part of my life – it has always been lurking in closets and under beds for me – but 2014 was the year it decided to come out in…

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unexpectedly political values | redemption

Originally posted on the blog of kevin:
When you believe anyone and everyone is loved by God, and he would willingly adopt them into his family; when you know Jesus saw nobody as beyond hope; when his very name means…

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i am nothing

Originally posted on the blog of kevin:
I am nothing I am just me I have no divine right to speak for you or to you I have no pedestal I can call home Though some would try and barricade…

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why are religious people so easily offended?

Originally posted on the blog of kevin:
I don’t like being described as religious. But when religious-inspired catastrophe happens, I find myself guilty-by-association. Us God-botherers with our irrational beliefs and Kalashnikovs. Justify yourself and your medieval sensibilities!, I hear the secularist…

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a christmas theology of political power

Originally posted on the blog of kevin:
The Christmas story is a sledgehammer to the politics of domination and self-protection. The Chancellor’s Christmas Budget Autumn Statement, along with A Theology of the Autumn Statement, got me thinking about this. There is a…

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banishment, statelessness and the cost of love

Originally posted on the blog of kevin:
Love may cover a multitude of sins, but wouldn’t prison be better? Or if not prison, the good old days of banishment, when sinners were cast out of the city walls to fend for themselves.…

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