Stories you might have missed — January 2017
Posted on January 31, 2017
Filed under News
- Is GAFCON the problem? – Dr. Peter Jensen responds to criticism of GAFCON by the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion.
- The Grace of God – or the World of the West? – we featured this challenging address at GAFCON II by Dr. Mike Ovey, who went home to be with the Lord on 7th January.
- Dick Lucas on Mark’s Gospel – a wonderful resource from St. Helen’s Bishopsgate.
- Remnant in Scotland finding hope through GAFCON – The Rector of St. Thomas’ Church in Edinburgh shares something of the crisis which has hit the Scottish Episcopal Church through its accommodation to secular culture.
- Dr Gavin Ashenden resigns as Chaplain to the Queen – This story has gained some traction in the secular press.
- New Women’s Ministry Stream at Moore College – Jane Tooher outlines Moore College’s new women’s ministry study stream.
- Proposed bill ‘doesn’t protect religious freedom’ – The Diocese of Sydney has told a Senate Inquiry the proposed bill on same-sex marriage does not sufficiently protect freedom of religion.