We’ve been at it again. Here’s the latest Thinking Aloud from Brett, Kamal, (sadly this time no) Kate and myself as we discuss Kamal’s recent visit to a theological conference and my recent thinking about 2Peter 3:9.
Well it’s been a massive week, and I suspect we’re due for another one too. As the ABC kicked off their reporting on domestic abuse in the churches we’ve had claim and counter-claim all over our media, from Auntie to the Australian. I won’t rehearse here much of what has been said since I think […]
A bit of personal news from the Oulds. I’ve accepted an invitation for 2018 to join the staff at St John’s Cathedral, Parramatta, as Senior Associate Minister. Here’s the announcement that Senior Minister Bruce Morrison made today at the services: Announcement regarding the appointment of Rev. David Ould to the Parish of Parramatta Date: Sunday […]
The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans, Australia, has responded to the recent Australian Primate’s letter challenging the participation of Archbishop Davies and Bishop Condie at the recent GAFCON consecration. The letter, available on the FAC-Aus website, is authored by Dean Kanishka Raffel of Sydney and seeks to reply in detail to Archbishop Freier’s letter. Perhaps the […]
The Primate of Australia, previously silent on appointments of people who deny key Biblical truth, writes to the bishops to criticise Davies & Condie on their part in the ACNA consecration.
Archbishop Glenn Davies explains why he took part in the consecration of Andy Lines
The Ven. Dr. John Davis, Archdeacon in Wangaratta (although not listed on their website’s “leadership” page) has penned an initial response to the letters of Bishop Condie and Archbishop Davies. Davis’ response, which can be found on his public Facebook page (full text below), takes issue with the bishops’ decision on a number of points. His […]
Archbishop Glenn Davies of Sydney has written to his fellow bishops in Australia to explain his rationale behind participating in the consecration on Friday 30 June of Canon Andy Lines as a missionary bishop. davidould.net understands he has been strongly urged by the Primate, Archbishop Philip Freier, not to take part in the event, which […]
Bishop Richard Condie of Tasmania, who is the chair of Fellowship of Confessing Anglican (FCA) Australia. has written to his fellow bishops in Australia to explain his rationale behind participating in the consecration on Friday 30 June of Canon Andy Lines as a missionary bishop. He is joined there by Archbishop Davies of Sydney and […]