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Hallo again to all on this second Sunday of Advent.
We have a number of new links to issues surrounding homosexuality and attitudes towards it
within the Anglican Communion. From a thoughtful article in Greenbelt Interfaith News (now with a monthly Anglican
News section) to the recent correspondence between John Shelby Spong,
Bishop of Newark and the Archbishop of Canterbury,
we've brought together some of the most recent material on the Internet for your
consideration and study in our 'Hot
Speaking of Archbishop Carey, you can find online his address - The Human Family ad the Duty of Religion
- given in Pakistan at the International Islamic University in early December.
Our English readers might particularly like to peruse Simon Sarmiento's second report (an Anglicans
Online exclusive) on the November meeting of General Synod, wherein he pays particular
attention to recent liturgical changes.
Ed Friedlander's super Timeline of Anglican History is now available
in a more visually apealing format and hosted here on the Justus server (where Anglicans Online lives).
We plan to link as many of the references as possible and provide you with a good
starting point for an Internet exploration of the Anglican Communion's fascinating
history. And Chad Wohler's comprehensive Book of Common Prayer site
has also moved to the Justus server. Have a look also at our invitation to add to Justus-hosted
The new Catholic
Literature Newsgroup provides a forum for discussion
of Christian fiction, Christian science fiction and fantasy, Christian history, theology,
mysticism, Christian mysteries, patristics, writings of Christian saints, Christian
folktales, Christian poetry, and -- you get the idea. It could be quite a lively
For a bit of fun, check out Ship of Fools: The Magazine of Christian Unrest. I found myself laughing aloud at the Gadgets for God, a top ten list of gifts
for your vicar, including 'Still unchallenged at Number 1 after more years than we
care to remember, The Talking Tombstone'.
Finally, do remember our collection of Advent websites and links. And please let me know of
any good ones we don't have listed here.
See you next Sunday
Last updated: 7 December 1997
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