Podcast episode 27 Southern evangelicals morals vs politics and the curious case of Roy Moore

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             Bishops United Against Gun Violence calls church to pray, elected leaders to act


One does not offer prayers in lieu of demonstrating political courage, but rather in preparation.’


Bishops against gun violence


The Virgin Islands are still recovering from hurricanes Irma and Maria

“I felt like the diocese, although this is a feeling and not an observation, is a forgotten diocese,” Wright said.

Virgin Island still suffering


Bishop Carl Wright offers a Veterans Day meditation

 We should remember those who came before us.


What should we do with Judge Moore.  The self destruction of the evangelical church because of ur love of politics 

What happened and how some people are reacting to it.


Geneva County chairman Riley Seibenhener said he did not think Moore should withdraw even if the allegations were true.

“Other than being with an underage person — he didn’t really force himself,” Seibenhener said. “I know that’s bad enough, but I don’t know. If he withdraws, it’s five weeks to the election . . . that would concede it to the Democrat.”

“It was 40 years ago,” said Marion County chairman David Hall. “I really don’t see the relevance of it. He was 32. She was supposedly 14.” He added, incorrectly, “She’s not saying that anything happened other than they kissed.”

How we should react to it so we can continue our biblical witness  

Diocese of Toronto

How not to read the Bible. The supporters of Roy moore

“The Holy Scriptures speak of the Church as the Body of Christ,1 and call its members to live lives that are rooted in Christ2 and to grow together in love, thanksgiving and service to God and neighbour.3 To be a Christian is to be part of a new creation, a new humanity guided and empowered by the Holy Spirit.4 The Church is to work for – and, as a sign to the world, to exemplify in its own life and relationships—a community of truth, justice and mercy, compassion and reconciliation, mutual service and steadfast faithfulness.5 This vocation is identified in the Baptismal Covenant by which we are united with Christ in his death and resurrection and become members of the family of faith, the Church.6 We confess that we have not always lived up to this high calling.7
In company with the Bishops and People of the Anglican Communion, The Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Toronto (commonly known as the Anglican Diocese of Toronto)
“affirms that every human being is created in the image of God who has made us for loving, covenantal relationships with our Creator, others and the world. We believe that our peace arises out of right relationships. Our personal dignity,

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