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 tone. Canterbury released a letter to those at Lambeth stating that the Anglican Communion did, in fact, affirm Resolution 1.10. He even writes … Read More

Photo by Andrew Liu on Unsplash During the Archbishop of Canterbury’s first keynote address, he spoke of the need for unity, using 1 Peter as a springboard toward his main point. Unity is a common theme at Lambeth, given the divisions present, mostly concerning Resolution 1.10. What should bind us together, he said, despite our … Read More

At the Lambeth press conference on Anglican identity, I raised the question: “If Anglicanism is conciliar, what are the boundaries within which such conciliarism operates biblically and historically, and how does the current process of responding to the Calls accord with those principles?” Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, General Secretary of the Anglican Communion, asked what was … Read More