Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor

The Anglican Journal welcomes letters to the editor. Preference is given to letters under 200 words. All letters are subject to editing for length,...

As the young people say, protesting is ‘so yesterday’

Dear editor, I was struck by two contrasting stories in your February issue. The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund's AIDS campaign is flagging (Primate's...

A chaplain preoccupied with God, not mammon

Dear editor, Thank you so much for Peter Moon's article about Capt. Fraser Harvey (Army chaplain jumps in feet first after his flock, Jan. 27...

Don’t write Canadian church off as erring child

Dear editor, I deplore the Anglican Consultative Council's preoccupation with the differences within the church rather than concentration on the faith that unites us (Anglican...

Avid reader for 35 years sends cheers

Editor's Note: As the Anglican Journal marks its 130th anniversary, we would like to hear from readers: what were your favourite stories and features? What...

Sad that tolerance should stand above God’s word

Dear editors, Re: Canterbury snubs North Americans (April issue). I'm Canadian and I don't feel the least bit "snubbed" by Archbishop Williams' decision. What right did...

God alone may proclaim on my salvation

Dear editor, I am writing in response to letterwriter Nathan Douglas (The flock, December letters). I was your age, Nathan, when I left the Pentecostal church,...

Tribute to a social conscience of the church

Dear editor, Re: Primate's Fund head announces his departure (Anglican Journal Web site, Sept. 21). These words were spoken by Andrew Ignatieff, executive...

Saint Paul makes it clear: homosexuality is not acceptable

Dear editor, I agree with Bishop Terry Brown that condemnation is wrong ("Something is very wrong here," May 2003). The Apostle Paul said, "There is...

Letters to the editor

PWRDF to address costs, funding and finances Dear editor, I am writing in response to Peter Carroll's letter, calling on PWRDF to 'examine structure' (May 2003). I...

A ritual to cancel the effects of a blessing?

Dear editor, Those opposed to the blessing of same-sex couples have a simple recourse: to curse them. There need be nothing malicious or uncharitable about...

Avoiding public displays of internecine strife

Dear editor, I quote from your September editorial: ?Enter, then, Rowan Williams. He is deemed in many ways to be the antithesis of his...

Readers write

Following are excerpts from letters to the editor about the New Westminster decision. The synod had the best intentions when it passed this resolution,...

Adoption of warship troubles reader

Dear editor, As I read the February Journal, I found one news blurb deeply troubling: I wondered why any church would "adopt" a warship. Adopting...

Letters to the Editor

The abominable oyster Dear editor, P. Broadbent reminds us that "homosexuality is an abomination." (No gay disciple, Jan., 2001.) According to my King James Version of the...