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March 2019

MARCH 2019

We are pleased to announce another addition to our Editorial Board … Dr. Wojciech Rybka. His 2017 dissertation at the University of Edinburgh analyzed the Early Church leaders’ interpretations. His bio is now up on our Editorial Board page. The first volume of The Acts 15 Chronicle book series is now being assembled. This will help leaders from a variety of backgrounds see important and current articles capturing some of the key issues. The Society’s website has now attracted 1,260 visitors from over 50 countries without any effort to announce the website. An intentional campaign to broadcast the site and book series will begin upon completion of the Editorial Board. We are also in discussions with a professional on how to promote the Society.

This month’s feature is a blog post, the second in a series on ritual law, by our President, Paul Blake.

Hidden Treasures

Following the consecration of a noncelibate gay man as bishop in 2003, the Episcopal Church was asked by the wider Anglican Communion to explain "from within the sources of authority that we as Anglicans have received … how a person living in a same gender union may be considered eligible to lead the flock of Christ." The response, titled To Set Our Hope on Christ, did not, as one might expect, focus primarily on passages directly addressing homosexuality, such as Romans 1 and 1 Corinthians 6 (although those passages are mentioned). Rather, its primary scriptural response is an extended reflection on Acts 10-15.
John Perry, 2009

A Word From the President

Welcome to The Acts 15 Society’s new website!  Feel free to browse the existing materials such as Visitors or Resources.

Quarterly updates will enhance the site, and those who Join can receive an email notifying you of those changes.  Let us know your interest level by posting on the message boards, as together we can accelerate the research process.

Any help spreading the word to like-minded people would be a blessing.  Perhaps you know of friends, leaders, or authors who might be interested in the Society?

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