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Anglican controversy deepens


The BBC and other media are reporting a deepening of the Anglican crisis. A high level meeting of evangelical Anglicans from around the world has pledged to split the Anglican communion if the ordination of a gay bishop proceeds.

Among the church leaders to attend the meeting, called the New Network Anglican Mainstream, were Archbishop Drexel Gomez of the West Indies, Gregory Venables, presiding bishop of the southern cone – the Anglican Church in southern Latin America, five bishops from the Oxford Diocese and representatives of the American Anglican Council. Members of the Church of England Evangelical Council and the conservative group Reform also attended.

SOURCE – FULL STORY:
BBC: Church leaders warn of gay split
Guardian: Worldwide split threatened over gay bishop

27 Jun 2003