Members of the primates council of the GAFCON movement met yesterday in Cairo to discuss their response to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s invitation to the January primates gathering scheduled for Canterbury.
The Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem has joined the heads of the Christian churches in calling for the Israeli government to resolve the national strike by students and teachers in Israel's Christian schools
"What we call moderate Muslims are theologically and politically out-manoeuvred by radical Muslims. The inexorable rise of ISIS is predicated on this theological principle of Koranic interpretation. Milder Islam will always give way to violent Islam."
The Archbishop of Wales has joined more than 20 faith leaders in signing a letter to MPs highlighting the dangers of the Assisted Dying Bill scheduled for debate on 11 Sept 2015. Vulnerable people would be placed at risk should Parliament approve proposals to legalise assisted suicide the letter printed in the Observer stated.
As UK faith leaders unite to urge MPs to reject the Assisted Dying Bill, the Archbishop of Canterbury writes in the Observer that changing the law on assisted suicide would be seriously damaging - both to individuals and to our society.