Gafcon leader, Foley Beach, has expressed disappointment with the Lambeth Conference for treating liberal and traditional interpretations of Scripture as “equally valid”.
The Lambeth Conference brought around 650 bishops to Canterbury in Kent earlier this month to discuss a range of issues, the most divisive of which was sexuality.
Missing from the gathering were orthodox bishops from Uganda, Rwanda and Nigeria who decided to boycott it over the presence of liberal bishops.
Reflecting on the conference in a letter to Gafcon members, Dr Beach said that “rather than being a source of healing and unity, the Lambeth Conference compounded the problems”.
“Over the last couple of decades, Lambeth Conference organizers and events like these have routinely mixed…