Category Archives: Anglican

The Kairos Moment

A few months ago I had a dream that seems to summarise so much of what we in the Anglican world have been involved in for the last decade.  In the dream, I was at a church service – traditionally Anglican I … Continue reading

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Jacaranda Tree

This post is going to be about Anglican matters, and what I see as at least the partial fulfillment of a prophecy given 9 years ago. Back in June 2004, I received this word: Ichabod I saw a mid sized … Continue reading

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More regrettable news

It appears that my church does not learn a thing. Not content with appointing me Assistant Rectors Warden in 2007, they have now compounded the mistake by asking me to serve as Senior Rectors Warden. Near as I can work … Continue reading

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Reality disconnect in the Anglican world

I know I have not written much on the Anglican world recently on this blog, in many ways because I get my ‘fix’ on the AEC blog! So, I had planned on saying something about the recent Primates communique, here. … Continue reading

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The Lambeth Whitewash

Ezekiel 13 v10-12 They lead my people astray, saying, “Peace,” when there is no peace, and because, when a flimsy wall is built, they cover it with whitewash, therefore tell those who cover it with whitewash that it is going … Continue reading

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Vitriol

What I’m finding interesting following GAFCON from afar is the level of vitriol from the MSM. I wouldn’t have expected anything in the way of support, but the level of scorn is usually masked better than it is at present. … Continue reading

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Update on the Canadian Anglican world

I’ve been spending time over at the AEC blog recently, and it seems like a good time to give a brief summary of the goings-on here as well. On the West and East coast Bishops have been behaving badly. Over … Continue reading

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