The End of (the) Communion? (i) What has been said?

Aug 5, 2022 by

by Andrew Goddard, Psephizo: On Tuesday at the Lambeth Conference there were a number of significant developments in relation to the questions of sexuality and ecclesiology. The Global South, headed by Archbishop Justin Badi of South...

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Episcopal bishops fuel push to sign LGBT+ affirmation statement at Lambeth

Aug 5, 2022 by

By Mary Ann Mueller, By Mary Ann Mueller, VOL: Dubbed as the “Statement from Anglican Bishops and Primates Who Are Keen to Affirm and Celebrate LGBT+ People” and drawing upon Ephesians 2:19, John 13:34, and Psalm 139:14 as its...

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Is Lambeth 2022 the beginning of a post-Canterbury future?

Aug 4, 2022 by

Church of England Newspaper What has been happening so far at Lambeth 2022? Despite Archbishop Welby’s desire that the conference should not be about sex, Lambeth 1.10 has kept recurring and being fought over.  Originally affirmed in the...

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What then has happened to Lambeth Resolution I.10 (1998) at LC2022?

Aug 4, 2022 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: While the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Letter of August 2nd regarding Lambeth Resolution 1.10 (1998) seems to reaffirm it, he does quite the opposite. It is what the Archbishop of Canterbury does not say, or what...

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Lambeth 2022 Diary: Bad News and Good News

Aug 4, 2022 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: In the Lambeth Conference of Bishops 2022, Tuesday August 2 was to have been a critical moment of reflection and decision on the divisions that have rent the fabric of the Communion asunder. Tuesday was to have...

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GSFA Bishop and Canterbury both release statements on Lambeth 1.10

Aug 3, 2022 by

by Phil Ashey, Anglican Ink: At almost the same time, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Global South Fellowship of Anglican Churches (GSFA) released statements on Lambeth Resolution 1.10. Both could not have been more different in...

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