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NEAC 4 Monday 22 September at 7.15 pm Edith Humphrey The New Testament Speaks on Same-Sex Eroticism A faithful reading of scripture is crucial to understanding the issue before us. Scripture is, of course, key to the thinking of the Christian. While we are first of all people of Christ, we are also people of the Book. It is most particularly in the Bible that the supreme glory of our Lord is shown so that the Church can together know the One who is the Truth, and therefore worship together. To read scripture as it is meant to be read, we begin with an understanding of its character. It is not...
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September 22, 2003
"What constitutes a faithful reading of scripture?" Edith M. Humphrey Archived at https://web.archive.org/web/20030922211536/http://www.anglicancommunioninstitute.org:80/whatconstitutes.htm A faithful reading of scripture is crucial to understanding the issues and questions before us. Scripture is key to the thinking of the Christian Church, and therefore of the Anglican communion. While we are first of all people of Christ, we are also people of the Book. It is most particularly in the Bible that the supreme glory of our Lord is shown so that the church can together know the One who is the...
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September 22, 2003
"What is Disordered Sexuality?" Edith M. Humphrey Archived at https://web.archive.org/web/20030922212659/http://www.anglicancommunioninstitute.org:80/whatisdisorderedsexuality.htm The phrase "disordered sexuality" is problematic. We have seen already ( in "What Constitutes a Faithful Reading of Scripture? ) that the term "sexuality" is a modernly debated one that needs to be used with caution because of the various ways that it is understood in popular and academic contexts. This paper will concentrate upon what the Scriptures and the continuing tradition of the Christian community have said...
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September 22, 2003
Where is the candlestick? by Dr Edith Humphrey Archived at https://web.archive.org/web/20040625094335/http://www.anglicancommunioninstitute.org:80/articles/humphreycandlestick.htm Last night, following Evening Prayer, nine Bishops of the ACC who remain faithful to the Scriptural teaching on sexuality stood up before General Synod. They issued a statement of regret and exhortation to the Anglican Church of Canada, for which they have been unjustly criticized. I am thankful for their forthright assertion that the “opinion” of the current Synod was “in error,” “contrary to the teaching of...
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June 25, 2004