Anglican Communion Institute on the Primates Meeting—It’s Broken. Fix it!

Posted by Kendall Harmon

The Primates’ Meeting must be that place where the integrity of the Instrument is worked through. If one does not attend the Dublin gathering, it remains the case that the Primates as individual leaders and as a body must propose and resolve how they will gather and do their work. Physical attendance may not be necessary at the month’s end and it is not going to happen anyway. But it remains the case that the composition and good working of the Primates as a Meeting, as a council, must be addressed by the Primates. How will they do this?

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Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal- Anglican: CommentaryArchbishop of Canterbury Anglican PrimatesEpiscopal Church (TEC)Instruments of Unity* TheologyAnthropologyEthics / Moral TheologyPastoral Theology

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