Archbishop calls on Bishops to “express your difference”

Feb 10, 2019 by

by David Virtue, VOL:

Fisking Thabo Makgoba:

The archbishop of Cape Town, Thabo Makgoba in conjunction with Archbishop Justin Welby says that he wants all the bishops in the Anglican Communion to attend Lambeth in 2020 and has issued a heartfelt call to all primates and their bishops.

MAKGOBA: I know people talk about the fabric of the communion as torn, but we are all fallible human beings in need of God’s love and grace, and we need each other.

VOL: The Anglican Communion has been “impaired” and the “fabric torn” for over a decade and revisionists and progressives have done nothing about repairing it. They were warned in 1998 when Lambeth 1:10 was passed that the Episcopal Church had to repent of its position. Sodomy is a salvation issue. Instead TEC went ahead and ordained an openly homosexual to the episcopacy in the person of Gene Robinson. It did so, defying the will and mind of the vast majority of the Anglican Communion. As a result, the Episcopal Church split and the ACNA was born and GAFCON was formed. Fallibility is not the same as disobedience to God’s Word.

MAKGOBA: As said in Sepedi [the language of Northern Sotho]: one bangle doesn’t ring, two bangles will make a beautiful noise. So, we are never alone in this journey.

VOL: Two bangles, three bangles or 500 bangles won’t change anything, unless The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada repent of their decision to ordain openly homosexual and lesbian priests and bishops to the preaching and teaching ranks in the Church and furthermore reverse its understanding of what the Bible specifically teaches about homosexuality. Pansexuality is a distortion of creation and demands gospel repentance.

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