2024-07-18 3:20 AM

Anything But Straight: The Arch-Butcher of Nigeria

When openly gay Gene Robinson was elected Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire in 2003, the Nigerian Archbishop, Peter J. Akinola, called the event "Satanic." However, after reading the latest issue of Atlantic Magazine, it appears that Akinola is the one whose behavior is modeled on the devil.

Anything But Straight: A Feckless Leader

Has there ever been a more feckless, less respected religious figure than the "Arch-Baby" of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Rowan Williams? Liberals ignore him, conservatives walk over him and through his stunning lack of leadership he has lost control of the Anglican Church.

Software Reveals N. Va. Bishop

A prestigious Anglican Church weekly has charged that a Northern Virginia clergyman was the principal author of a provocative letter assailing the Archbishop of Canterbury attributed to Nigerian Archbishop Peter Akinola.

Anything But Straight: Nigeria

According to international election monitors, the April 21 vote in favor of Nigerian President Umaru Yar’Adua was rigged, threatening the very freedom and stability of this oil-rich, but corrupt nation. Braving threats of a brutal governmental crackdown, thousands of courageous Nigerians took to the streets on May Day to protest the political charade that passes […]

Episcopalian Diocese Files in Court for Removal of Defectors from F.C. Site

A SLICE OF THE WORSHIPPERS attending a service organized by non-defectors from the Falls Church Episcopal Church in the spacious fellowship hall loft of the Falls Church Presbyterian is shown with volunteer pianist James Jelasic (right). City of Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner, herself an Episcopalian, attended the service as a “show of support” for the non-defectors. (News-Press photo)

F.C. Mayor Robin Gardner Supports Non-Defectors The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia filed papers in court yesterday seeking a restraining order against “further use and occupancy” of the properties it says are falsely claimed by 11 congregations that voted in December to defect from the Episcopal denomination.