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    NT Wright offers a honest and somewhat heavy-hearted perspective regarding The Episcopal Church (TEC) in the U.S., and their decision to further formalize their decision to appoint to all orders of ministry, persons in active same-sex relationships. This marks a clear break with the rest of the Anglican Communion.
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    Personal testimony stories are a dime-a-dozen on the internet. YouTube and a plethora of other sites offer them. But you will NEVER find striking personal stories about life and loss and struggle and victory and faith like you will encounter at This is a resource site you MUST visit for yourself and then bookmark.
  • Charles Wesley's secret code diary cracked by priest
    An Anglican priest has unlocked the 270-year-old secrets of Charles Wesley's coded diary, throwing light on the turbulent relationship that he had with his brother John in the early years of the Methodist movement they founded... The “hidden” material offers an insight into Wesley's fierce determination to prevent the Methodist societies from breaking away from the Church of England, and disagreements with his more influential older brother.
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December 07, 2006


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Ooooh boy.... good stuff. Hope your fingers stay warm :) Thanks so much for blogging this!

So fingers are still working. One of the big challenges will be to maintain my "focus" on the discussion here, and not get too distracted with my blogging. My first priority is to be part of this conversation. Blogging comes after that (but it's a close second). :D

- Chris

great that you are covering this event. I recall that's your strength the last time I followed you through an emergent convention! :-)


Ahhh, the Emergent Conventions -- some of my all-time favorite memories. Thank you for your kind words. And I'll try to live up to my reputation! ;)



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