Sheep among wolves

Posted on July 16, 2016 
Filed under Anglican Church of Canada, Culture wars

Robert LundyOne vote kept The Anglican Church of Canada’s synod from opening the door to same sex marriage on Monday, July 11.

I wanted to take heart at this outcome – any time a church beats back heresy, Christians should rejoice. We should be glad that the shepherds were able to chase the wolf away, but I couldn’t rejoice at this victory.

That’s because I knew the wolf would come right back. …

The reality is that the Anglican Church of Canada wasn’t saved by Monday’s narrow victory and then suddenly lost by Tuesday’s betrayal of the rules. The Church of Canada was lost over a period of years. Its walls of orthodox teaching and practice that protected the sheep crumbled slowly but deliberately. The Dioceses of Niagara and Ottawa have been embracing un-biblical teaching for years and it’s been no secret…

– The American Anglican Council’s Communications Director, Robert Lundy, speaks plainly about the tactics you need to understand.


Seven bishops ‘publicly dissent’ from same-sex marriage voteAnglican Journal (Canada).

The [bishops’] statement begins with a declaration that ‘the entire process, beginning with the hasty vote in 2013 and concluding with the vote and miscount this week, has been flawed and inflicted terrible hurt and damage on all involved.’

The bishops also say that the declared intentions on the part of some bishops to immediately proceed with same-sex marriages, before the required second vote on the resolution in 2019, is ‘contrary to the explicit doctrine and discipline set out in our constitution, canons and liturgies.’

‘That raises the question…why did we bother voting at all, if the decision was already made?’ said [Bishop Fraser] Lawton [of the diocese of Athabasca].…”