is being torn apart by a revisionist agenda that puts the promotion
of sexual immorality above the authority of God's Word and above
The underlying issue
in all these cases is the abandonment of the authority
of God's Word by the revisionists.
The presenting issue is the stance taken in relation to homosexual
See the sidebar for specific areas of conflict. Below is a general chronology of events and statements.
- Lambeth 2008 was boycotted by about a quarter of the Bishops of the Communion representing more than half its active members. The Conference was designed to embrace those promoting gross error.
- The Diocese
in Brazil has seen some of the most tyranical and malicious assaults
The Anglican Covenant. Cross†Way article by David Phillips, issue Winter 2011
the Anglican Communion survive the Corruption of the Western
Church (Cross†Way 2003)
in the Communion: Summary of developments in the worldwide
Anglican Communion. (Cross†Way 2004)
Communion at the Crossroads - Press Release prior to the Lambeth
Commission Report (Eames Report) 18th October 2004
Limits of Anglican Diversity - Churchman article by Roger
Beckwith examining the inflence of the Lambeth Conference on relations
in the Anglican communion.
Human Sexuality: A Pastoral Letter from the Bishops of the Church of Ireland and a response from the Church of Ireland Evangelical Fellowship. Churchman article (issue 118/2, 2004) by Peter Galbraith.
A Challenge Without A Hope. James Crabtree comments on Rowan Williams paper, 'The Challenge and Hope of being an Anglican Today.' (June 2006)
The Incoherence of the Anglican Communion. Churchman article from 2004 by Andrew Atherstone.