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Life After Lambeth - Andrew Goddard

01. November 2008

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There is little doubt that, after this summer and GAFCON and then the Lambeth Conference, we are entering a new phase in the life of the Anglican Communion where serious fresh thought needs to be given as to where we are and where we wish to go. Another marker, perhaps, of being at something of a watershed is that it is five…

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Archbishop’s Pastoral Letter to Bishops of the Anglican Communion

27. August 2008

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Archbishop’s Pastoral Letter to Bishops of the Anglican Communion Tuesday 26 August 2008 As the Lambeth Conference of 2008 comes to an end, I want to offer some further reflections of my own on what the bishops gathered in Canterbury have learned and experienced.  Those of you who have been present here will be able to share…

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More responses from Lambeth participants

09. August 2008

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Timesonline August 8, 2008 Leading churchmen reflect on what was, and was not, achieved by the recent Lambeth conference Interviews by Bess Twiston Davies Tim Stevens, Bishop of Leicester After the acrimony and expectations of schism which preceded the Lambeth Conference, the actual experience of the conference took many of…

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Some post-Lambeth responses

09. August 2008

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From Anglican Communion Network : No Decisions at Lambeth Conference “It does not lay out a timeline or suggest a new way forward to unifying the Anglican Communion around the mainstream Christian consensus on issues of human sexuality. Instead, it offers general support for ongoing initiatives that were first suggested in the…

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Abp of Canterbury’s closing Presidential Address

04. August 2008

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ACNS I began the second of these plenary addresses with a reminder of the question, ‘What is Lambeth ‘08 going to say?’ And I suggested that we also needed to ask ‘Where are we going to speak from?’ I hope that in recent days there has been some growing clarity about both of these questions and how we answer them : but today…

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Senior English Bishops ask Archbishop of Canterbury for an ‘orderly separation’

03. August 2008

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Senior church of England bishops have challenged the Archbishop of Canterbury to declare a split in the Anglican Communion for the sake of orthodox Christianity. By Jonathan Wynne-Jones, Religious Affairs Correspondent, UK Telegraph They said that the Archbishop, Dr Rowan Williams, would fail to avert a schism because liberals…

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A Word from the Bishops of the Diocese of Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of Africa

03. August 2008

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AFTER THE LAMBETH CONFERENCE: A WORD FROM THE BISHOPS OF THE DIOCESE OF EGYPT, NORTH AFRICA AND THE HORN OF AFRICA WE, the bishops of the Diocese of Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, wish to express our appreciation and thankfulness for the Lambeth Conference now ended. It has been a great joy to experience the…

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Statement at the Lambeth Conference 2008 - Global South Primates

03. August 2008

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Statement at the Lambeth Conference 2008 1. “This is the message we have heard from him and declare to you: God is light; in him there is no darkness at all.  If we claim to have fellowship with him yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not live by the truth.  But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have…

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Primate of the Middle East Mouneer Anis ‘Comments at Today’s Press Conference

02. August 2008

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I am glad I came to this conference. It has given me a great opportunity to learn, listen to others, debate and share my views openly. It has been a great joy to meet many friends and to make new friends who love the Lord and are committed to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ by word and deed. I have heard many inspiring stories…

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The Church cannot heal this crisis of betrayal - Abp Henry Orombi

01. August 2008

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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/guest_contributors/article4438729.ece Henry Luke Orombi I love the Lord Jesus Christ, and I love the Anglican Communion. So, why did the bishops of the Church of Uganda and I decide not to attend the present Lambeth Conference? Because we love the Lord Jesus Christ and…

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