Should Presiding Bishop Curry have been in Rome? And what does renewal look like?
This issue is not about who may tell TEC what to do, but whether apostolicity is to remain a feature of Anglicanism.
From the way some Anglicans talk, few would gather that we have spent nearly 50 years as great enthusiasts for primacy.
For Justin Welby, if there is a way forward for the Communion, it will be liturgical. The liturgy shows us what togetherness really looks like, how structure may prove fruitful, and why we must be patient.
Many have bridled at the primates’ challenge to the maverick Episcopal Church to be a team player. The primates’ attempt at discipline, it is objected, was both clumsy and authoritarian, pushing in the opposite direction of possibly prophetic witness.
What does it mean for Anglicans to profess reformed catholicity in a visible communion across great stretches of geography and culture, and how can we seek and serve one another faithfully?
If Korea, Japan, India, and China shared a similar view on human sexuality would we blame “Asian” culture? This smacks of cultural imperialism.
News analysis from John Martin in Canterbury, and the full Primates' Communiqué.