Commentary

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Gethsemane and the Trinity

Conflict is stranger than fiction; Love is stronger than faction; God is no stranger to conflict. God is stranger than we know, stronger than we feel, weaker than we think, wider than we imagine. The cup... Read More...
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Mutuality, or fragmentation?

The Covenant was designed as a ‘web of mutuality’ across the Anglican Communion: a balance of provincial autonomy with worldwide interdependence and accountability.
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Covenant and the CofE: ramifications

By Andrew Goddard. It is now clear that less than half the dioceses of the Church of England will agree, in both their house of clergy and house of laity, to “approve the draft Act of Synod adopting the Anglican Communion Covenant”. This article attempts to map out some of the ramifications of this development.
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Is the Anglican Covenant dead?

Enough dioceses have now rejected the Covenant to prevent its further consideration by General Synod during its present term. This doesn’t mean the Covenant is dead either in the Church of England or in the wider communion.

Two Communion cultures

By Peter M. Doll. Here is the challenge the Covenant poses to the churches of the Anglican Communion: to commit themselves to a deeper fellowship with one another.