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Thoughts on the Jerusalem Declaration Pt 3: Should Clause 13 Be Excised?

In my first essay, I looked at the portions of the Jerusalem Declaration that expound Gafcon’s understanding of the nature of the church....

Thoughts on the Jerusalem Declaration Pt 2: Proposing a Life-and-Death Amendment

In my first essay on “Gafcon and the Church” I argued that the Jerusalem Declaration is establishing an ecclesial identity for the Gafcon movement in the...

Thoughts on the Jerusalem Declaration: Pt 1: Gafcon and the Church

The Jerusalem Declaration has been one of the best and enduring fruits of the Gafcon movement. I was a member of the Statement Group...

Walking together … to the City of Destruction

We see your tears, we hear your cries, and we weep with you. We have caused deep hurt. We are profoundly sorry.

Moral Equivalence and Moral Equivocation: John Sentamu’s method of Biblical interpretation

In his Presidential Address to the General Synod of the Church of England last week, John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, in referring to...

20th Anniversary of Call to Uganda

On the last Sunday in June 1999, I preached a sermon at the chapel of Uganda Christian University. My wife Peggy and...

Does Biblical language for man matter?

On Ash Wednesday this year I attended my parish church and was marked by the priest with the sign of the cross,...

ACC-17 — a foretaste of Lambeth 2020?

At the end of April (2019) two church bodies met, the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC-17) in Hong Kong and the Gafcon Primates...

Storming Lambeth: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed

It is evident that Archbishop Justin Welby is doing his utmost to achieve the highest attendance ever at the Lambeth Conference in...

“Pay attention to power”: Anglican Hypocrisy, Part Two

Seeking to learn more about good disagreement, I dutifully downloaded the “Pastoral Principles for Living Well Together,” a little slide show from...

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Thoughts on the Jerusalem Declaration Pt 3: Should Clause...

In my first essay, I looked at the portions of the Jerusalem Declaration that expound Gafcon’s understanding of the nature of the church....

African religious leaders urge East African governments to take...

NAIROBI, KENYA – SEPTEMBER 12, 2019 – Today marks one year since warring parties in South Sudan signed a momentous renewed agreement...