Eveniment inedit- tragi-comedie : ”Sodoma” si ”Gomora” intra in ”biserica” pe usa din fata … Sau cum fratii apostatilor din Creta- ereticii ” Bisericii” Episcopaliene Scoțiene (parte a comunitatii Anglicane) incalca canoanele si bunul simt si dau legimitate homosexualilor cununandu-i in ”biserica” lor


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Canoanele si bunul simt nu fac casa buna cu ereticii

Uitand cum ia pedepsit Dumnezeu pe cei care curveau in Sodoma si Gomora , ereticii s-au gandit ca ar fi minunat sa legimiteze homosexualitatea, sa le adoarma amaratilor acestora si ultima picatura de constiinta care ar mai fi putut lucra in dansii… si in altii…poate viitori homosexuali.

Au votat in favoarea pacatului.

Sinodul general al Bisericii Episcopaliene Scoțiene s-a intors pe dos …uitand nu numai de canoane, dar si de parintii omenirii …de Eva si Adam, care acum se vor chema in viziunea lor – Eva si Eva sau Adam si Adam

“Sinodul general al Bisericii Episcopaliene Scoțiene a votat astăzi în favoarea modificării canonului Bisericii privind căsătoria, pentru a elimina definiția căsătoriei între bărbat și femeie și a adăuga o noua secțiune care recunoaște că există înțelesuri diferite ale căsătoriei, prin care i se permite, de acum, clerului să oficieze cununii pentru cuplurile de același sex, precum și cuplurile de sex opus”.

Suntem de plans

Acesta a fost comunicatul lor de presa:

General Synod 2017

Representatives from dioceses across Scotland will gather in Edinburgh for the annual meeting of the General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church, which takes place on 8-10 June at St Paul’s and St George’s Church, York Place, Edinburgh.

The first key item of business on this year’s agenda is the second – and final – reading of a proposed alteration to the Church’s Canon on Marriage. This proposal would remove the doctrinal clause which states that marriage is between a man and a woman. The voting process on this proposed canonical change will require a two thirds majority in each ‘house’ of Bishops, Clergy and Laity. This session will be presented by the Church’s Faith and Order Board and will commence at approximately 2.30pm on Thursday 8 June, with the result of the voting ballot announced at approximately 4.20pm.

The following two days of General Synod will see a range of topics and issues debated, including a report on Climate Change Action and Fossil Fuel Investments by the Church in Society committee; and a look at how the Church can move forward in its Mission.

Preparing for General Synod the Most Rev David Chillingworth, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church says “At this General Synod we reach the final stage of our discussion of marriage and of same sex marriage in particular. The Scottish Episcopal Church, in common with all other churches, expresses a diversity of views on this question. Those views are held with integrity. Our church will seek to reach a decision on the canonical question while sustaining its unity in Christ. To do so will require both humility and generosity on all sides.”

Anyone who is not a member of General Synod is welcome to sit in the public gallery of St Paul’s and St George’s Church during the meeting of General Synod, and live video coverage of the meeting will be available on the Scottish Episcopal Church website,http://www.scotland.anglican.org/who-we-are/organisation/the-general-synod/general-synod-live-video-stream/together with online updates of the proceedings and decisions of General Synod 2017. General Synod can also be followed on Twitter and Facebook

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Note to editors:

Iata si comunicatul in care anunta ca faradelegea e inaltata la rang de virtute

The full proceedings of General Synod, including the debate on the Canon on Marriage, will be video live-streamed.http://www.scotland.anglican.org/who-we-are/organisation/the-general-synod/general-synod-live-video-stream/

Iata si comunicatul in care anunta ca faradelegea e inaltata la rang de virtute

The General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church today voted in favour of altering the church’s Canon on Marriage to remove the definition that marriage is between a man and a woman and add a new section that acknowledges that there are different understandings of marriage which now allows clergy to solemnise marriage between same sex couples as well as couples of the opposite sex. The revised canon also stipulates that no member of clergy will be required to solemnise a marriage against their conscience.

The voting was in three ‘houses’ of General Synod, namely Bishops, Clergy, Laity and required a two thirds majority to pass. The voting results are as below.

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Responding to the voting outcome, the Most Rev David Chillingworth, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church said:

“This is the end of a long journey. There was the Cascade Process involving people across our church – the Doctrine Committee paper which explored whether a Christian understanding of marriage could extend to same sex couples. We have studied, thought and prayed.

“In the life of the church, end points are often also starting points. This is a momentous step. By removing gender from our marriage canon, our church now affirms that a same sex couple are not just married but are married in the sight of God. They can ‘leave and cleave’. They can express in marriage a commitment to lifelong faithfulness to one another and to the belief that a calling to marriage is for them too a calling to love, forgiveness, sacrifice, truth. A new chapter opens up – inclusion has taken a particular form. But this same decision is difficult and hurtful for others whose integrity in faith tells them that this decision is unscriptural and profoundly wrong. For them this new chapter will feel like an exclusion – as if their church has moved away from them.

“So the journey which we now begin must also be a journey of reconciliation.

“Every faith community must face the issues which are bound up with human sexuality – in their own way and in their own time. Others will arrive at answers different from ours. And the Anglican Communion, which is embedded in our history and to which we are passionately committed – the Anglican Communion will have to explore whether its historic commitment to unity in diversity can embrace this change.

“I have said this many times before: a vote in General Synod changes the canonical position of our church. But it cannot lay to rest the deep differences which this question exposes in this and every other faith community.

“The new Canon itself affirms that there are differing views of marriage in our church. Nobody will be compelled to do anything against their conscience. We affirm that we are a church of diversity and difference, bound together by our oneness in Christ. We shall carry forward in our life two honourable and historic understandings of marriage – one which sees the marriage of same sex couples as an expression of Christ-like acceptance and welcome – and another which says that the traditional view of marriage is God-ordained and scripturally defined.

“That is the journey. That is now the calling of this church. We must and we shall address it with truth, graciousness and acceptance of one another.”

The College of Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church will now adopt pastoral guidelines and principles to enable clergy who so wish to be nominated to the Registrar General for authorisation to solemnize weddings of same sex couples.

– See more at:http://www.scotland.anglican.org/church-votes-allow-equal-marriage/#sthash.9XKtJzm1.dpuf

Dupa ce au votat pro pacat, vor trece la fapte..

Vor incepe campania de promovare a acestei idei ridicole… jignitoare la adresa tuturor… inclusiv a lui Dumnezeu…

http://www.scotland.anglican.org/primus-speaks-radio-4s-sunday-programme/

update:

Iata cat de mult au muncit ca sa demonstreze celor din sinod ca au tot dreptul la casatorie in biserica

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Alba ca zapada probabil ca e nasa… sau aceasta din prim-plan?

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Atentie, la mesajul din spatele acestei ”doamne” din imaginea de mai jos:

we are Jesuss followers

http://ro.bab.la/dictionar/engleza-romana/follower

ADÉPT, -Ă, adepți, -te, adj., s. m. și f. (Persoană) care aderă la convingerile cuiva; partizan al unei idei, teorii, doctrine etc – Din fr. adepte.

Cum pot fi ei? Ce nonsens… Ce nerusinare au… Duhul lor este identic cu cel al apostatilor, care rastalmacesc legile Dumnezeiesti dupa bunul plac al slujitorilor antihristului… Au aceasi lucrare.

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Aici au aripioare de ingerasi…cu aspectul acesta credem ca i-au convins pe cei din sinod sa le acorde votul pentru legimitatea lor.

Mai trist e ca vad si copiii ….si nu mai stiu ce e bine si ce e rau…iata-i la parada lor participand:

Acesta este viitorul pe care il vor apostatii pentru noi

Noua ordine mondiala! 
Noua credinta a antihristilor!

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