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Tony Seel
Parish Priest, Irresistible Influence Marketing founder and CEO, and Author of Words That Sell
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Diocese of Central NY Continues Slide Into Oblivion
In 2002, the Diocese of Central New York had 100 parishes and an average Sunday attendance of 6,734.  In 2017, the DCNY had 81 parishes with an average Sunday attendance of 3,609.  I believe that I can explain why this has happened. When I was rector of St....
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Tony Seel commented on a post on Blogger.
At the Council of Whitby, the Celtic and Roman versions of the church worked out their differences? I think a more accurate statement would be that the Romans demanded more uniformity in the church.
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Leading Episcopal Trad Goes To Rome
This surprised me.  I haven't kept up with the Stand Firm in Faith website, nor have I been a fan of Stand Firm for many years after some dust-ups with Greg and Sarah from the website.  I was banned from commenting on SFIF after I said on the website that G...
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Can Evangelicalism Survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore?
By  Timothy Keller December 19, 2017 “Evangelical” used to denote people who claimed the high moral ground; now, in popular usage, the word is nearly synonymous with “hypocrite.” Photograph by Brynn Anderson / AP For  centuries, renewal movements have emerg...
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Why I Can No Longer Call Myself an Evangelical Republican
This was originally published as an op-ed in the New York Times.  ed. Dec 9, 2017  by  Peter Wehner   Preserving my identity as a Christian conservative means turning away from two movements that have shaped my life.
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Abusing the Fathers
This essay from Touchstone magazine was referenced in an article at American Anglican, the website of the American Anglican Council. The Windsor Report’s Misleading Appeal to Nicea by  William J. Tighe A year ago, after the uproar over the consecration as b...
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