Sunday, 12 September 2004

News on Sunday

The Observer has a report by Jamie Doward on Eames: Silence of gay bishops ‘will split Anglicans’.

There is also a report on the anniversary of “9/11” which leads with RW’s visit to Cairo, Christians ‘should show more respect’.

The Telegraph clearly disagrees with this idea, and reports on its own poll of clergy who found for them that Clergy vote Rowan Williams as ‘one of the least effective’ modern archbishops (read the story carefully to see what the questions and answers were).

And it carries an opinion column by Peter Mullen Don’t blame God, Dr Williams.

The same paper carries a news report, not by its religious affairs specialists, which says that Half of gay ‘marriages’ are conducted in church. This will be unwelcome reading to many conservatives.

And a story from yesterday that I missed:
Guardian Stephen Bates Churches should take yellow brick road to reaching people

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Sunday, 12 September 2004 at 8:55 AM GMT | TrackBack
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“The commission is expected to recommend censuring the Ecclesiastical Church of the USA (Ecusa), …” (Jamie Dowd)

Is this a new splinter group? Or has the Episcopal Church been renamed?

It was a good article but its credibility was lessened by such a glaring error.

Posted by: Mumcat at September 12, 2004 01:58 PM
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