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awarded  Popular Question
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answered Are there equal numbers of male and female Christians?
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reviewed Reviewed What is God waiting for before He ends the world?
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accepted What is the Septuagint?
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accepted In the Anglican Church, how is the Archbishop appointed?
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asked What is the Septuagint?
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comment What is the theological basis for readmitting a Protestant preacher to preaching after divorce?
Are they disqualified from being a minister? I think it would be wise for him to take some time off to focus on sorting out his personal life, but is that different to being disqualified? I'm not sure the premise you are basing your question on is correct.
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answered In the Anglican Church, how is the Archbishop appointed?
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comment In the Anglican Church, how is the Archbishop appointed?
Thanks @DJClayworth. I was aware that Jensen is just the Archbishop of Sydney, not the whole country. What is the actual process of election in the special election synod?
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asked In the Anglican Church, how is the Archbishop appointed?
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answered Why is faith so much more important than being a good person?
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reviewed Close How to know whether God truly spoke to you?
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comment How to know whether God truly spoke to you?
The actual question in the title is a great question to ask (not sure if it has been asked here before). As it stands though I agree with @AffableGeek and therefore my VTC.
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accepted Are sermons from The Second Book of Homilies still read in Anglican Churches?
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accepted What is The Second book of Homilies mentioned in the Anglican 39 articles of faith?
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asked Are sermons from The Second Book of Homilies still read in Anglican Churches?
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asked What is The Second book of Homilies mentioned in the Anglican 39 articles of faith?
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comment What does the curse on the serpent mean?
I have heard this taught in a number of Anglican churches in Sydney Australia, although I would have assumed the "he" (as in he will crush your head) is the reference to Jesus, not the 'enmity'