PLANO, TX: ACNA Annual Assembly Draws over 1,100 Anglicans including Global South Primates and Bishops

Jun 21, 2019 by

by David Virtue, Virtueonline:

The Anglican Church in North America celebrated its 10-year anniversary in Plano this week with over 1,100 attendees from 23 countries, that included 10 Primates from the Global South, ACNA Archbishop Foley Beach announced new GAFCON Anglican dioceses, as the moral and theological divide between Lambeth and GAFCON grows exponentially.

“The Anglican Communion has a rich heritage that is evangelical and catholic, but the virus of revisionism and liberalism continues to spread all around the Anglican world. The powers that be in the Anglican Communion establishment are not doing anything to stop it and the result is that they are infecting provinces around the world. This is not the gospel and what the scriptures teach us,” Archbishop Beach told attendees.

“Passion for the gospel and people must stand for truth against western secularism but in their own cultures,” he said.

Beach praised the new extra provincial diocese in New Zealand and said a new bishop would be consecrated in October this year.

“Since the Sydney meeting of GAFCON primates we have seen the Diocese of Sydney not going to Lambeth with the province of Kenya (also) said it is not going. The ACNA bishops will not to go as observers,” he said.

“We asked Archbishop Justin Welby, ‘are you inviting bishops who violated Resolution 1.10, he said yes, therefore there is no point in us coming.'”

Archbishop Beach warned the Archbishop of Canterbury that he (personally) was in violation of 1.10.

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See also: Sexuality, secularity and syncretism: Archbishop Foley Beach’s address to the Gafcon Primates at the G19 gathering in Dubai in April.

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