Day: October 1, 2008

Akinola: Do unto all Muslims as some have done unto you

If I have followed his reasoning, he is claiming that since “we all” – i.e. “you Muslims” – have not embraced the golden rule, they must themselves be treated as they treat others, and Christians can no longer preach peaceful coexistence and religious tolerance.

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Quincy standing committee votes to realign

The standing committee of the Diocese of Quincy has recommended that the diocese seek realignment with the Anglican Church of the Southern Cone based in Argentina, while continuing as a member of the Common Cause Partnership….Bishop Ackerman, who is on sabbatical, will be back in time to preside at convention, which is scheduled to meet Nov. 7-8.

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Bishop of Harare encouraged by Lambeth Conference

My wife and I were surprised and indeed moved to come across so many bishops and their spouses who were very much aware about the persecution in our diocese and assured us of their prayers…. We came home feeling very much encouraged by the solidarity we experienced at Lambeth

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Jesus amidst the moneychangers

The Messiah has come. Not with a bail out to preserve a failing temple economy, but to offer a whole new economics of salvation. For the Gospel economics of salvation is not capitalism, or socialism, or religious hypocrisy. It’s grace.

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Worship what you burned

Then the queen asked saint Remi, bishop of Rheims, to summon Clovis secretly, urging him to introduce the king to the word of salvation. And the bishop sent for him secretly and began to urge him to believe in the true God, maker of heaven and earth, and to cease worshipping idols, which could help neither themselves nor any one else.

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