Commentary on the 2018 GAFCON Letter to the Churches

Jul 15, 2018 by

by Stephen Noll, Contending Anglican: Part Two: Coming to One Mind: This is the second of seven posts explaining the Letter to the Churches. The first post can be found here. “For it has seemed good to the Holy Spirit and to us…” (Acts 15:28). How does a church council go about coming to one...

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Experiencing the Anglican Future

Jul 12, 2018 by

by Archbishop Peter Jensen: My constant prayer before we met in Jerusalem was a simple one, ‘Lord, meet us in Jerusalem’. I believe he did. Together, we heard his word, we sought his face, we sang his praises, we listened to his servants, we shared his Supper. We heard teaching, we heard...

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Commentary on the Gafcon 2018 Letter to the Churches Part One: Preparations

Jul 11, 2018 by

by Stephen Noll, Contending Anglican: Note: This Commentary, like my earlier analysis of the 1998 Lambeth Resolution I.10 and  of the 2008 Jerusalem Declaration (Essays 6 and 7 of my book), aims to expound the meaning and significance of the “Letter to the Churches” of Gafcon 2018 in Jerusalem....

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Pleased to be corrected by a theologian on Gafcon

Jul 10, 2018 by

by Julian Mann: In the GAFCON 2018 aftermath, I am pleased to stand corrected by a biblically orthodox Anglican theologian doing his job – reflecting deeply on matters of truth and error and distilling his thoughts intelligibly. Last week, I wrote a piece on VirtueOnline suggesting that it...

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GAFCON, the Archbishop and Lambeth 2020

Jul 9, 2018 by

by Martin Davie: Last month almost two thousand Anglicans from all around the globe met together in Jerusalem at the third Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON). This was one of the largest Anglican gatherings ever held and at the end it produced a ‘Letter to the Churches’ which reported on...

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Post-Gafcon Contention – Reply to Fulcrum on GAFCON 2018

Jul 9, 2018 by

by Stephen Noll, Anglican Ink: Concerning the GAFCON 2018 Conference in Jerusalem, and its Letter to the Churches, we outline eight encouragements, five questions and five observations. Eight Encouragements GAFCON remains in the Anglican Communion. There was manifest: a wide international...

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