GAFCON Chairman says Turmoil in Anglican Communion is Coming from Within

Dec 12, 2019 by

by David Virtue, VOL:

The theological and moral turmoil in the Anglican Communion is coming mainly from within, not just from external sources, says GAFCON chairman, the Most. Rev. Foley Beach.

In his Advent Letter to GAFCON, Beach opined that GAFCON’s Suffering Church Network prays for persecuted Christians around the world, including a recent firsthand visit to the Church of Pakistan — a church which knows only too painfully the cost of discipleship, “sadly, suffering also comes from within the organized church itself as many of us in the Anglican Church in North America, the Anglican Church of Brazil, the Church of Confessing Anglicans Aotearoa, New Zealand, and the Scottish Anglican Network know very well.

“We are now seeing growing hostility to orthodox faith in many other places as well. Bishops, clergy, and lay persons in various provinces are being ostracized, condemned, and alienated because they cannot and will not go along with attempts to change basic Christian teaching and morality which contradicts the Bible.”

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