NB: Even Christianity Today doesn’t understand the full impact of KJS on tec and the Anglican Communion. Along with others, I continue to insist that her deficient Christology and soteriology have missed the mark, therefore her ecclesiology is not acceptable. Those are the issues of which the so-called ordination of V. Gene Robinson and the blessing of same gender unions are mere symptoms.
The Church of England Newspaper has released the agenda for the global Anglican meeting that may determine the continued unity or break of the Communion.
According to the released report, the 2007 Primates meeting will devote four hours to discussion of the Episcopal Church and its response to the Windsor Report , the 2004 compiled report that called for a moratorium on the consecration of homosexual candidates and for repentance by the parties who attended the ordination of openly gay bishop Gene Robinson in 2003.
Among the three sessions devoted to the Episcopal Church, US Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori is reportedly scheduled for two of the sessions to respond to criticisms against the US body for not honoring the recommendations of the Windsor Report.
Throughout the six-day meeting from February 14-19, bishops representing the 38 Anglican provinces are scheduled to partake in a daily Eucharist. The Eucharist services are optional, according to the report, as they cater to some of the members of the Global South coalition who stated in a September 2006 communiqué that they would not break bread with Jefferts Schori, who supports the consecration of homosexuals and the blessing of same-s*x unions.
The communiqué stated, “Some of us will not be able to recognise Katharine Jefferts Schori as a Primate at the table with us. Others will be in impaired communion with her as a representative of The Episcopal Church.”