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September 6, 2006

The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) -- which range from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015 -- form a blueprint agreed to by all the...

September 17, 2004

The Lambeth Conference of 1968 proposed the formation of an Anglican Consultative Council (ACC), the most comprehensive gathering of the Anglican Communion, representing the voice of the inner life of the provinces. It continued the...

May 1, 2004

The Episcopal Church, having its roots in the Church of England, is also an Anglican Church. Like all Anglican churches, the Episcopal Church is distinguished by the following characteristics: Protestant, Yet Catholic Anglicanism stands...

July 29, 2003

In spite of two thousand years of growth and change, there are still some hallmarks that distinguish Christianity from all other, similar or not-so-similar, religious sects. While the range of beliefs among Christians can be quite wide,...

July 29, 2003

The Episcopal Church, having its roots in the Church of England, is also an Anglican Church. Like all Anglican churches, the Episcopal Church is distinguished by the following characteristics: Protestant, Yet Catholic Anglicanism stands...

July 29, 2003

We asked you on a survey to answer the question: Who is Jesus to you? Below are some of your responses.     Christ I see Christ in every person I meet. This makes me think that Jesus is not some abstract idea or demagogue...

July 29, 2003

One of the most difficult to explain, and often misunderstood concepts in the Christian faith is the belief in a trinitarian God, one God with three aspects. Often characterized as the 'Father,' Son,' and 'Holy Spirit,...

May 1, 2003

What Do I Believe About... War? What is conscientious objection? What types of conscientious objectors are recognized by federal law? What other types of conscientious objectors are there? Am I a conscientious objector? Why...

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