Why can’t Lambeth become a synod? Whatever our answers to this question, we must recognize that the historical case against synodality for Lambeth rests upon a rather unattractive nationalism, and is simply untenable.
The potential train wreck of the Communion at the Lambeth Conference is driven by an unwillingness to take the purpose of gathering seriously.
The newly created GAFCON synod will consist of three members from each province and fellowship of GAFCON.
Perhaps our vocation is to stay with and even die for the one we identify as a heretic in our midst.
Ephraim Radner writes on an "ecclesiology of change" and possibilities for a new Anglican synod.