It’s now over 3 months since the pivotal Primates’ Gathering in Canterbury. Much water has passed under the bridge since then and many readers will have been watching along. Apologies that davidould.net has not been more vocal in bringing you up to speed. As I write the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) is meeting in Lusaka. […]
On Monday 18 January I had the great joy of spending 2 hours on the radio with Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron, a reformed podcast. We spoke about all things Anglican and what it means to be a reformed Christian in that denomination. A long interview, but I trust worth it.
A fascinating interview where Foley Beach helps us understand more of the dynamic of what occurred at the Primates’ gathering.
On the evening of Sunday 17 January 2016 I gave a brief interview to Dominic Steele on 2CH here in Sydney about the recent Primates gathering.
So just why did the GAFCON Primates stay for four whole days of discussion at this week’s meeting when their position had been so very clearly stated at the beginning? For some this has been seen as a weakening of resolve or even a failure to uphold the Scriptural mandate to not meet nor even […]
The Primates gathering has released a statement a day early, as they respond to the reality of the large amount of news that’s been shared over the past 12 hours. Statement from Primates 2016 14 Jan 2016 Today the Primates agreed how they would walk together in the grace and love of Christ. This agreement acknowledges […]
This just on the Province of Uganda website: Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s Update on the Primates Gathering in Canterbury 13th January 2016 Dear Bishops, Clergy, and Lay Leaders in the Church of Uganda, Praise the Lord! Thank you so much for your prayers for me as I traveled to Canterbury, England, for the gathering of Primates […]
Details are starting to come out about a negotiated way forward for the Communion. In what Arun Arora, the Director of Communications for the Church of England described to me as “consequences, not discipline”, it is proposed that there will be a reduction in TEC’s involvement in the Communion (but no apparent consequences for the Anglican […]
It’s just gone 8am on Day 4. What can I tell you? To be honest, not much. The reality is that our sources in Canterbury have dried up. They’re still there, they’re still happy to talk, but they have next to nothing to say to us. Which tells us one thing – if we thought […]