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04:13 pm: Well, the week has been a busy one.

On Tuesday, it was the evening meeting at All Souls, Langham Place, where I had the opportunity to learn more about the Jerusalem Statement and Declaration, the future of Anglicanism. Online petition - Individuals in solidarity with the GAFCON Jerusalem Statement and Declaration
Wednesday was another day at work, followed by drinks with folks from work. As we sat in the pub, we could watch as Murray, sponsored by our lot, lost to Nadal.
Thursday...another day at work, followed by another drinks party, though I didn't stay long at that one and instead had an early night. Just before leaving work, there was an enormously bright single flash of lightning, matched by an extraordinarily loud thunderclap.
By Friday, things at work had started to speed up, but I was able to get home at a decent hour. For once, I travelled via Crewe and Liverpool, where Viv met me, and we travelled back from there.
On Saturday, it was a farewell picnic for Steve and Jo, interrupted by rain. Later on, it was a trip to the bank to pay in some cheques we have had for a while.
Today, a service at 9:30, then back home before lunch with Viv's mum, followed by tennis and chemotherapy.

Current Location: CH63 0EB
Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
Current Music: Federer v Nadal


Date:July 6th, 2008 11:43 pm (UTC)
Hello... I've wandered in from atreic's flist...

I'm a slightly confused formerly conservative evangelical (possibly still conservatively evangelical) recently new Christian (again) pseudo Anglican.

I've read the GAFCOM stuff, and vaguely think it seems reasonable, but I don't know if the situation with the liberal churches is really as dire as they make out (are they really preaching a false gospel?), and talking to people at church today - few think the approach the GAFCOMers are taking is a good idea.

What are your thoughts? What would you suggest I think about? Why are you pro-GAFCOM?
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