Why the Global South will win the Spiritual and Culture Wars in the Anglican Communion

Dec 29, 2023 by

by David Virtue, VOL: It should be apparent by now, even to the Archbishop of Canterbury, that the locus of Anglicanism no longer lies in Lambeth Palace or Canterbury, and that Justin Welby no longer holds the spiritual or cultural reins...

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Uganda kicked out of AGOA over anti-LGBT law

Nov 16, 2023 by

by Mathew Otieno, Mercator: The United States has suspended Uganda – along with Niger, Gabon and the Central African Republic – from trading with it under the terms of the African Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA). In his notice to...

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Hope springs from Cairo: Preparations for the Global South Assembly 2024

Oct 25, 2023 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: I have just returned from meetings of the Global South Fellowship of Anglicans (GSFA) in Cairo and specifically from a working group to prepare for the first Pan-Anglican Congress of bishops, clergy, and laity...

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Iran, Uganda, Canada, and the Undermining of the Global South over Homosexuality

Jul 21, 2023 by

by David Virtue, VOL: It has been apparent for some time now that Western Anglican homosexual provinces, dioceses and bishops have one overriding ambition – to undermine Global South Anglicans by pushing the LGBTQ agenda at all and...

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The Next Step: A New Communion of Churches: Thesis 13

Mar 20, 2023 by

by Stephen Noll: Plans should be laid at the 2023 Gafcon Assembly in Kigali – in conjunction with the Global South Fellowship – authorizing a working group to develop and present a final proposal for a revived, reformed, and reordered...

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The Next Step: GAFCON and the Global South Fellowship take parallel lanes towards a new Communion

Mar 13, 2023 by

by Stephen Noll: Thesis 11: In its “Letter to the Churches” from Jerusalem in 2018, the Gafcon Assembly urged the Archbishop of Canterbury to invite bishops from the Gafcon churches in North America and Brazil and to disinvite those...

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