The Opo people of Gambella want the Bible in their own language.
By Charles Hoffacker • How did Frances Perkins understand the connection between Christianity and public life?
Resolution: “We recognise a diversity of voices about what constitutes a right ordered intimate relationship.”
“I do believe that reconciliation and peacemaking are at the heart of the gospel.”
The Rev. Tony Currer: ARCIC will look at “how far we’ll be using the tool of ‘receptive ecumenism.’”
Bp. Neil Alexander: “Dr. Tengatenga has few peers in his extensive experience in the leadership of the Anglican Communion.”
Canon Alyson Barnett-Cowan informs the Anglican Communion’s Standing Committee of Sudanese Anglicans adopting the Covenant.
By R. William Franklin • Bishop Charles Grafton had a vision for a diocese and a bishop, particularly in times of crisis.
By Karl C. Schaffenburg • Jesus cannot coexist with contradictory claims to truth made in other faiths.
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