Left: Canon Janet Trisk
This dreadful Council is little more than an unhealthy nest of revisionists for whom biblical faithfulness is a total stranger. The sooner it is gone the better, and FCA Primates need to act soon and decisively to sideline any influence it still holds on the Church.
George Conger reports:
Observance of the Anglican Consultative Council’s bylaws are discretionary, a spokesman for the organization tells The Church of England Newspaper, when they are inconsistent with its political agenda.
ACC spokesman Jan Butter told CEN the future membership rules of the organization which seek to promote gender parity take precedence over its existing rules.
However, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s press spokesman tells The Church of England Newspaper, the ACC staff’s views are not the final word on the matter, as the appointment of Bishop Ian Douglas and Canon Janet Trisk to the ACC Standing Committee are under legal review.
Weakened by charges of mismanagement following ACC-14 in Jamaica, the credibility and moral integrity of the ACC Standing Committee is now being questioned over the propriety of seating two members whom critics charge are ineligible to serve.
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