Bishops who boycotted the Lambeth Conference because of differences over homosexuality will be given the chance to reaffirm Lambeth 1.10, an orthodox group has said.
The Global South Fellowship of Anglican Churches (GSFA) asked bishops attending the Lambeth Conference over the past week to reaffirm the 1998 resolution that upholds heterosexual marriage and rejects homosexual practice as incompatible with Scripture.
So far, 125 bishops from 21 provinces representing nearly 8 million Anglicans have signed the GSFA’s independent resolution.
The number is likely to have been higher if all the invited bishops from Rwanda, Nigeria and Uganda had attended the conference. Instead, they boycotted the gathering because of the presence of pro-gay Anglican provinces.
GSFA Primates said their resolution was a “clarion call…