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Anglicans love having their say. We should all celebrate the diversity of opinions that exist within our church - it is what makes our community so unique and colourful. We've selected some Anglican blogs on which you can comment, ask questions or add your own opininion.
The views and opinions expressed on these sites are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Anglican Diocese of auckland, it's Bishops. Clergy or other staff. No responsibility can be taken for any errors or ommissions contained on the sites links are provided for. Furthermore any losses, damage or distress resulting from adherence to any information included on these sites is not the responsibility of the Anglican Diocese of Auckland, its Bishops, Clergy or staff.
Andrew Brown's Blog
- writings on religion for The Guardian newspaper
Anglican Down Under
- by the Reverend Dr Peter Carrell on Anglican, theological and biblical matters with emphasis on missional and litergical.
- written by the Right Reverend Dr Kelvin Wright, Bishop of Dunedin
from Julie Hintz the StraNdz enabler
- ecumenical resources and reflections on liturgy, spirituality, and worship by the Rev'd Bosco Peters from Christchurch
- written by the Right Reverend Jim White, Assistant Bishop of Auckland
Anglican Mission Board of New Zealand includes Mission stories, tips, opinions & inspiration. A place to comment, ask questions and add your opinion.
Nick Baines Blog
- Musings of a restless Bishop in Leeds.
The Christian Century Blog Network
- a progressive, ecumenical magazine based in Chicago. Committed to thinking critically and living faithfully & exploring what it means to believe and live the Christian faith in todays world.
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