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The Lambeth Decision: A Sydney Briefing
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| March 15, 2008
Posted on 03/16/2008 4:50:57 AM PDT by Huber
The Anglican Church League in Sydney bring full details of a briefing meeting held this past Friday, organised by the Dean Philip Jensen. We are grateful to them for permission to reproduce their report and the links to all 4 presentations.
Dean Phillip JensenAudio and PDF files of Fridays Lambeth Decision Briefing called by Dean Phillip Jensen, and held in the Chapter House of St. Andrews Cathedral, Sydney, are now available, courtesy of SydneyAnglicans.net.
All very helpful in understanding the crisis facing the Anglican Communion.
The topic of the briefing was The Lambeth Decision: Refining or Redefining Anglicanism?
The mp3 audio and PDF files will open in a new window.
Phillip Jensen Are there limits to fellowship? (70 min / 48MB) PDF file. Mark Thompson The Anglican Debacle. (30 min / 21MB) PDF file. Robert Tong Doing the Lambeth Walk. (21 min / 14 MB) PDF file. Russell Powell What is GAFCON all about? (7 min / 5MB) PDF file.
TOPICS: Mainline Protestant
KEYWORDS: anglican; lambeth
Click through to read the comments (including a lively debate where Newman is blamed for liberalism) and copies of the presentation materials.
posted on 03/16/2008 4:50:58 AM PDT
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