John Richardson Gives a Feel on the Ground as a participant in the FCA London Meeting

Posted by Kendall Harmon

From here:
I am at the GAFCON/FCA gathering in Battersea this week. We've been asked not to indulge in too much personal blogging, tweeting, etc, so I've not posted anything before, but below is an official release of the opening address.

The mood is good -- positive and outward looking, and it has been good to meet so many people from Africa in particular.

Yesterday we had a welcome from the Archbishop of Canterbury delivered by the Bishop of Southwark (in whose diocese we are meeting). That felt odd!


Filed under: * Anglican - EpiscopalArchbishop of Canterbury --Rowan WilliamsAnglican ProvincesChurch of England (CoE)CoE BishopsGlobal South Churches & PrimatesFCA Meeting in London April 2012* Christian Life / Church LifeParish Ministry

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1. MichaelA wrote:

Wisdom from Archbishop Wabukala:

“First we need to bring a biblical mind to the situation we face. None of us looked for this crisis and we may be tempted to think we can get back to a time when the life of our communion ran along more predictable and familiar lines. But that is an illusion. Faith is not escapism, but facing things as they are in the confidence that God will act.

The crisis we face is also an opportunity. Its origin can be traced back many years. The unprecedented challenges to Anglican identity forced upon us by the revisionist scriptural interpretation have in the mercy of God, given us an historic opportunity to rediscover the distinctive reformed catholicity of our Communion as shaped so profoundly by the witness of the sixteenth century Anglican Reformers.”

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