Biden will ‘seek after the heart of God’ as president, says pastor giving inauguration benediction – Christian Today
Jennifer Lee. Christian Today 16 January 2021
The ecumenical Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is taking place against a backdrop of global lockdowns and restrictions on movement.
Archbishop John Davies will retire in May after four years as leader of the Church in Wales and 13 years as Bishop of Swansea & Brecon.
The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion has said that religious leaders in Nigeria should not seek political office in the country.
The two oldest and largest seminaries in the US-based Episcopal Church are exploring options for shared faculty and “collaborative governance”.
Saint Paul’s University lecturer has been appointed to serve as Assistant Bishop in the Anglican Church of Kenya’s Diocese of Bondo.
Archbishop Justin Welby, a volunteer chaplain at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London, received his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Kalyeena Makortoff. Guardian. 17 January 2021
Christian Today. 16 January 2021
Steven Morris and Agency. Guardian 16 January 2021
Tola Mbakwe. Premier. 14 January 2021
Continuing evangelical support for a scandal-ridden president is undermining the conservative white church and could even spell the death of Christianity in the United States, according to some experts on American culture, politics and faith.
Jeff Brumley. Baptist Global News. 19 March 2018
The Episcopal Church’s two oldest and largest seminaries announced Jan. 13 that they had reached an agreement to begin “the process of exploring partnership options” that could include shared faculty and “collaborative governance” while maintaining two distinct institutions.
Dvid Paulsen. January 13, 2021
Westminster Abbey. 14 January 2021
North Korea is worst country for Christian persecution again as authoritarian governments exploit Covid crisis – Christian Today
Christian Today. 13 January 2021
Gus Hayward. Guardian. 13 November 2021
Harriet Sherwood. Guardian. 13 January 2021
The area outside the Methodist Central Hall in Westminster has been renamed from Broad Sanctuary Green to United Nations Green to commemorate the first UN general assembly meeting held at the venue in 1946.
Premier News. 10 January 2021
Paul Avis and Benjamin M. Guyer (eds)The Lambeth Conference. Theology, history, polity and purpose This year sees the latest instance of the Lambeth Conference, the decennial gathering of the bishops of the Anglican Communion. The singular designation is important, as the editors of this timely volume note: to speak of the Lambeth Conference as a continually existing thing, rather than a sequence of conferences, is to say something particular about its status as one of the four Instruments of Communion which hold the Communion together.
Peter Webster's Blog.9 January 2021
Bishop John Shelby Spong wrote a book in 1999 entitled Why Christianity Must Change or Die. The Episcopal Church has, largely, followed Bishop Spong’s lead. It has changed and it is dying. If you altered one word of the title, making it Why Christianity Must Change and Die, Spong’s book was indeed prophetic. Predictions are circulating that the Episcopal Church will be dead by 2050. This article examines how likely this is and how its deep decline might be slowed and even reversed.
David Goodhew. Covenant. 11 January 2021