Walking in the light: a study in contrasts

Jun 5, 2019 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC:

Two weeks ago I wrote about how Biblically faithful Anglicans are flourishing at All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi Kenya.  Shortly after this article was published, the Primate of Kenya, Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit, announced that he would not be attending the Lambeth 2020 conference of Bishops. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby then requested 1) a meeting with Archbishop Ole Sapit and 2) that he might be allowed to preach at All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi.

Those of you who read the article on All Saints Cathedral will recall how very clearly the Provost of the cathedral, the Very Rev. Sammy Wainaina, stated the Church’s Biblical position on human sexuality and the potential legalization of same-sex marriage in his Sunday bulletin.

Immediately following the Archbishop of Canterbury’s visit to All Saints Cathedral, the Primate of Kenya in this video (with the Provost of the Cathedral standing in the background) restated with equal clarity the Biblical position of the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) with regards to the following:

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