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Anglican Church in HK has strayed from supporting genuine Christian values

In his Christmas address, Anglican archbishop Paul Kwong berates hawkers operating at Fa Yuen Street for 'selfish' behaviour with regard to their opposition to more stringent regulations on street market operations ('Church leaders hit out at 'selfish' Hong Kong', Decem

Tuesday, 3 January, 2012, 12:00am

Exhibition celebrates the King James Bible

As one sacred text gets more complicated, another, praised for bringing the 'word of God' to the layman 400 years ago, is being celebrated. An original King James Bible, published in 1611 when the translation was first released, is on display at an unlikely venue - Sha Tin's New Town Plaza.

25 Apr 2011 - 12:00am

Anti-gay cleric meets breakaway Anglicans

A South American Anglican archbishop who opposes homosexuality met hundreds of breakaway Canadian church members over the weekend, defying a warning from Canada's top Anglican to stay away.

28 Apr 2008 - 12:00am

Episcopal Church elects first female leader

The US Episcopal Church says it has elected its first female presiding bishop, a breakthrough after years of resistance in a church already riven by the election of a gay bishop.

20 Jun 2006 - 12:00am

Unholy battle over principal leads to crisis

Legal tussle looms as Christian international school managers refuse to quit despite being ordered to go by the church

A Christian international school has been plunged into an 'unprecedented' legal crisis with managers refusing to give in to demands by the school's owners to step down.

4 Jun 2005 - 12:00am

Church leaders step in to resolve crisis over school principal

Church leaders have intervened in the crisis in the Christian Alliance PC Lau Memorial International School (CAIS) in the wake of a parent and teacher rebellion over the appointment of a new principal.

28 May 2005 - 12:00am

Devolution makes corporate life more complicated

For international businesses, Indonesia has never been the easiest of places to run an operation. Sadly, for executives at the helm of enterprises throughout the archipelago, the process has just become a great deal more complicated.

12 Jan 2001 - 12:00am