John Richardson has posted on his blog an article he wrote for New Directions. It’s another review of Muriel Porter’s book ‘Sydney Anglicans and the Threat to World Anglicanism’.
ABC Religion and Ethics has published an opinion piece by Muriel Porter. It has the same title as her recently-published book, “Sydney Anglicans and the Threat to World Anglicanism: The Sydney Experiment”.
The ACL’s President, Dr Mark Thompson, published his response to the book a month ago. Read his full review here.
“The book is organised around the premise that Sydney’s experiment with radical Protestantism, sourced in the theology of a maverick Principal of Moore College, Broughton Knox, and given full expression in the episcopate of his student, Peter Jensen, represents a serious threat to faithful Anglicanism in both Australia and throughout the world. …”
Read Mark’s full review here: Read more
Bishop Robert Forsyth was interviewed on ABC Radio’s AM this morning.
“The Anglican Communion as a united body is now history and now we are foreseeing a complete restructuring of relationships. I think that is what the event is showing. Communion as a united body is now history… I am not saying this one event changes everything. It just continues to cement the trajectory towards a restructuring of the Anglican Communion in the world.”
In Melbourne, Muriel Porter declares, “I am actually proud of the Americans”.