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A compilation of essays and comments by concerned pastors, theologians and laypersons, challenging denominations who are denying Christ’s resurrection, ‘demythologizing’ Scripture, blessing same-sex relationships, ordaining non-celibate homosexuals.

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A Statement

—by the Moderator of the Anglican Communion Network

This item was forwarded to you from Mark Chavez on the The American Anglican Council web site. This item is also available on the web at: http://www.AmericanAnglican.org/News/News.cfm?ID=1306&c=2

February 25, 2005 For Immediate Release

Contact: Cynthia P. Brust 202-412-8721

News: February 25, 2005


The moderator of the Anglican Communion Network, the Rt. Rev. Robert Duncan, Bishop of Pittsburgh, has issued a statement regarding the Anglican Communion Primates' February 2005 Communiqué, released on February 24, 2005. The text of the statement is below.

A Statement of the Moderator of the Anglican Communion Network, the Rt. Rev. Robert Duncan, Bishop of Pittsburgh

"The clarity with which the Primates have spoken is breath-taking. Individual provinces do have the freedom to act as they see fit under their various constitutions, but the exercise of that freedom beyond agreed teaching and practice will imperil their standing and participation in the Communion. The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada have been asked to withdraw their representatives from the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) effectively immediately. This suspension of relationship continues until the constitutional assemblies of each church indicate their willingness to conform to what was asked of them in the Windsor Report."

"The teaching of the Communion is sustained. The authority of Scripture is upheld. 'Autonomy in Communion' is defined. Moratoria are called for Communion-wide. The need to turn our global attention to the great social crises of disease and poverty is re-asserted."

"Provision for the 'integrity and legitimate needs' of theological minorities is guaranteed by the creation of an international 'panel of reference.' This is an extraordinary and essential development. The Anglican Communion Network, together with the much wider circle of orthodox believers in the United Statesand Canada(including especially the Common Cause movement) now has an international promise and an Anglican Communion provision that should stem the flow of three decades of believing life-blood."

"For some months now, I have maintained that the 2005 Primates Meeting would prove a defining moment in Anglican history. So it has proved. As the Synod of Whitby in 664 AD decided for unity with the universal Christian Church in matters of worship and church order, so the 2005 Primates meeting has decided for unity with the universal Christian Church in matters of doctrine and morals. The decisions taken at Newry in Northern Ireland are epochal."

"For all of this, we should be profoundly grateful to Almighty God and to the godly leaders of the Anglican Communion for a new day dawning for Anglicanism and for us."