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  • Author:
    Robert van de Weyer
  • ISBN:
    1903816890
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    978-1903816899
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    John Hunt Publishing; First Edition edition (August 4, 2004)
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    240 pages
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The Anglican Quilt book.

The Anglican Quilt book. This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over. This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over homosexuality in the Anglican Church, prompted by the appointment of openly gay bishops in USA and England, and the blessing of a gay partnership in Canada. Robert Van de Weyer offers proposals both for world-wide Anglicanism and for the Church of England.

The Anglican Quilt : The Coming Split in the Church over Gay Bishops and Women Priests. by Robert Van De Weyer. This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over homosexuality and in the Anglican Church, prompted by the appointment of openly gay bishops in the USA and in England, and the blessing of a gay partnership in Canada.

Robert Van de Weyer argues that humanity faces a trio of chronic crises - economic, ecological, and in the provision of welfare services - whose causes are various connected forms of usury

Robert Van de Weyer argues that humanity faces a trio of chronic crises - economic, ecological, and in the provision of welfare services - whose causes are various connected forms of usury. Following the religious teaching of Christianity and Islam.

Since the 1990s, the Anglican Communion has struggled with controversy regarding homosexuality in the church. In 1998, the 13th Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops passed a resolution "rejecting homosexual practice as incompatible with Scripture". However, this is not legally binding

For years, the 38 national churches that make up the worldwide Anglican Communion have been distinguished by their eagerness to coexist despite their differences over such issues as the ordination of women.

For years, the 38 national churches that make up the worldwide Anglican Communion have been distinguished by their eagerness to coexist despite their differences over such issues as the ordination of women, how bishops are selected and whether worship should be conducted in formal ''high church'' tradition or the evangelical ''low church'' style. But now conservative Anglicans are saying that the era of collegial coexistence is over. They are threatening to divide the worldwide Anglican communion over the issue of homosexuality.

This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over homosexuality and in the Anglican Church, prompted by the appointment of openly gay bishops in the USA and in England, and the blessing of a gay partnership in Canada

This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over homosexuality and in the Anglican Church, prompted by the appointment of openly gay bishops in the USA and in England, and the blessing of a gay partnership in Canada. Tracing the roots of the crisis back to the foundations of Anglicanism over four centuries ago, Robert van der Weyer shows why ancient divisions have grown wider in recent decades. He argues that the two sides now need separate episcopal arrangements - yet both sides have much to gain by remaining together in a single body.

In Anglican Communion in Crisis, Miranda Hassett tells the fascinating .

In Anglican Communion in Crisis, Miranda Hassett tells the fascinating story of how a new alliance between conservative American Episcopalians and African Anglicans is transforming conflicts between American ally over homosexuality-into global conflicts within the Anglican church. The 1998 Lambeth Conference of the Anglican Communion brought into striking relief the two major issues dividing this particular global church: homosexuality and the ordination of women.

While the Anglicans are in crisis talks over homosexuality, Pope John Paul II celebrates his Silver Jubilee. Release date: 18 October 2003. BBC World Service Archive. This programme was restored as part of the World Service archive project. Find out more about the project.

Robert Van de Weyer argues that humanity faces a trio of chronic crises - economic, ecological, and in the provision of welfare services - whose causes are various connected forms of usury. Following the religious teaching of Christianity and Islam, which have traditionally condemned usury as the fundamental source of social injustice, he defines usury as the unequal allocation of risk. He offers practical proposals as to how usury may be reduced or eliminated, showing that the solution to each crisis depends on solving the others.

The world-wide church, particularly the anglican Church is increasingly split between liberals and conservatives. Can it hold together, and does it matter? Here are some well-considered, practical and acclaimed proposals that would allow the different traditions to live together.