The GAFCON/FCA Tea Party

Last year our family took a road trip across the United States of America, beginning on the west coast and finishing in Boston. During our stay in the Cradle of the American Revolution we went to the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, a tourist attraction I can thoroughly recommend to you all. The tour […]

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Who I Am and Why I’m Here

thanks for the prompt, wordpress This website has an about page but it’s still worth stopping and letting my readers, and particularly the many new readers that have come here over the past few months, know a little more about me. My name is David and I’m an ordained Anglican minister, currently privileged to serve as […]

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GAFCON Primates’ Communiqué

from GAFCON.org Grateful for the gracious guidance of the Holy Spirit, and the leadership of its Chairman, the Most Reverend Dr Eliud Wabukala, the GAFCON Primates Council met in London from April 24th to 26th, 2014. 1.    Following the success of our Nairobi Conference last October, at which over 1,300 delegates from 38 nations and […]

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Putin, the Anglican

from the BBC For his part, President Putin said US-Russian “relations should not be sacrificed due to disagreements over individual, albeit extremely significant, international problems,” the Kremlin said. Right out of the playbook. Yes we have our issues, but we’re really all still friends. Think about it for a minute. If only Obama and the […]

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Why All the Fuss? or “Principles of Protest”

I thought it helpful just to stop and outline my motivation in writing about the current tensions in the Anglican Church in Australia and wider abroad. At times it can look like those of us who speak up are just unhelpful destroyers of unity. So, in response, a few basic principles that are currently guiding […]

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How to Speak Postmodernism – A Guide for all Theological Liberals

This is just brilliant. The observations are utterly familiar for anyone who has ever dealt with theological liberals. Funny that. At some point someone may actually ask you what you’re talking about. This risk faces all those who would speak postmodern and must be carefully avoided. You must always give the questioner the impression that […]

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BREAKING: GAFCON Movement Bishops Vote to Expand – Across Boundaries

The leadership of the GAFCON 2 meeting here in Nairobi have just announced their intention to “expand its leadership role in supporting and recognising Anglicans in placing where Biblical faith has been compromised”. All the bishops attending the conference agreed without dissent to the following resolution: To affirm and endorse the position of the Primates […]

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