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Way Back Wednesday: The Anglican Anti-Corruption Movement?

Nearly six years ago, Ephraim Radner penned this searching look at questions of the churches’ integrity. First Peter 4:7 admonishes that judgment must begin with the house of God. Unless the churches are able to regain their integrity, we are left to wonder whether the savor of our salt can be restored. May God, in his mercy, give us ears to hear and conviction to follow the truth and justice wherever they may lead.

https://covenant.livingchurch.org/2015/09/29/anglican-anti-corruption-movement/

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