GAFCON Chairman’s October 2017 letter

Oct 18, 2017 by

by Archbishop Nicholas Okoh: On the 31st October, it will be 500 years since Martin Luther’s 95 Theses triggered the Reformation. He was fired by holy indignation because of the way ordinary Christians were being abused by a church which was turning the need for divine forgiveness into a money...

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Anglican divide: GAFCON accuses Justin Welby of attributing blame to the wrong people

Oct 9, 2017 by

by Eno Adeogun, Premier. GAFCON, a worldwide group of conservative Anglicans, has told Premier that the Archbishop of Canterbury’s call for repentance for missionary bishops is “disappointing”. The group – which created a missionary bishop to cater for disaffected Anglicans...

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Primates’ Meeting: Archbishop Greg Venables speaks to Anglican Unscripted

Oct 9, 2017 by

Archbishop Gregory Venables, Primate of South America, was one of the founding Gafcon Primates and attended every Primates Meeting between 2002 and 2011 when he stepped down as Primate.  He was re-elected as Primate in 2017 for another term, succeeding Archbishop Tito Zavala (Chile).  In this...

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Response from Bishop Andy Lines to the Primates’ Communiqué

Oct 6, 2017 by

From Gafcon UK. The Primates’ Communiqué appears to continue promoting the narrative of Anglicans ‘walking together’ despite the absence of four Provinces representing millions of Anglicans, and despite profound disagreement expressed within the meeting on understandings of what it means to be...

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Can Two Walk Together Unless They Are Agreed?

Oct 6, 2017 by

Gafcon’s Initial Response to the Primates’ Meeting 2017 Communique. Today’s Communique from the Primates’ Meeting 2017, in Canterbury, England, is very disappointing, but it is not surprising.  As we have consistently said, the current “Instruments of Unity” are broken, and as...

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CANTERBURY: GAFCON Primates weigh walking out of Anglican Summit

Oct 4, 2017 by

by David Virtue, VOL: A group of orthodox Anglican Archbishops hinted they might walk out of an Anglican summit being held by the Archbishop of Canterbury over the issue of same-sex marriage, but stopped short of saying they would formally break with the Anglican Communion. At a press conference...

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