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- Frank Wirrell on Two Anglican Church of Canada bishops attended GAFCON
- Frank Wirrell on Anglican Church of Canada General Synod 2007 Resolutions Summary
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- Richard Smith on Episcopal Theologian Blasts Action of Toronto Anglican Bishops’ proposal to Affirm same-sex relationships
- Dr. Priscilla Turner on Episcopal Theologian Blasts Action of Toronto Anglican Bishops’ proposal to Affirm same-sex relationships
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Category Archives: Just for Fun
Don’t you sometimes wish you could have a conversation like this? Read it all at MCJ. “You’re leaving the church?! What do you mean, you’re leaving the church?!” “I mean I’m leaving the church. I’m departing. I’m going away. I’m … Continue reading
…from the blog team. Enjoy!
It’s summer, a good time for things like this. From Sanctus:
…from Confessions of a Carioca: I confess, there are a couple of these that I don’t get, but what I do get is very funny. Theology Exam Questions You may answer all or some of the following questions. Please turn … Continue reading
Leaving aside the obvious “diversity”, “inclusion”, “listening” and “conversation”: “birth” as a verb. We are constantly “birthing” things in church: I wish we wouldn’t. “disrespect” as a verb. It may be in the OED, but it shouldn’t be. “empower” – … Continue reading
H/T to Stand Firm.
More worrying news for the ACoC: [Church House: Toronto] [Feast Day of Justin Martyr] The grim possibility of martyrdom may cast a shadow over the Anglican Church of Canada’s upcoming General Synod 2010, says church communications director the Venerable Eustace … Continue reading
ahem We now return you to your regular blog content.
We break with normal news for a bit of shameless horn-blowing, as we reach 2 million page views, looks to be about 18 months since the original million. Also over 500,000 unique visitors. Yay us! Heh.
You wait for days and then five come along at once….
I could not resist inflicting, um, I mean sharing this with the rest of you. (Well, there hasn’t been a whole lot to write about lately)
I found this website as I was poking around the web this morning, and I thought it might be of general interest. From the front page: Welcome to the Anglican Library. The aim of the Anglican Library is to publish … Continue reading
We at the AEC blog have decided that it is time to retire from blogging. We’ll miss you all! Peter David Scott Kate
The relentlessly satirical bi-weekly newspaper Atlantic Canada Frank congratulates Nova Scotia-born The Very Rev Michael Hawkins on his election as Bishop of Saskatchewan on 6 December. At least, I think it’s a congratulation. With Frank, it can be hard to … Continue reading
As an Ottawan, living through day 50 (!!!!!) of a bus drivers strike (and daydreaming of locking the mayor and the union head in a room with no food and water till they work it out), I found this item … Continue reading
Ok, so this may be an old chestnut, but I had never heard it before. From the ANiC Newsletter: Just for fun Elizabeth asked her Sunday School class to sketch a picture of their favourite Bible stories. She was puzzled … Continue reading
2008 has been an extremely eventful year for Anglicans in Canada and worldwide. Many faithful Anglican Christians have defended the faith in a sacrificial way. Who would you nominate as: Canadian Anglican hero of the year. This could be a … Continue reading
I don’t know why Scott didn’t post this here, but he didn’t, so I decided to link to it.