The Archbishop of Canterbury's control over the worldwide Anglican
Communion is ending as the balance of power shifts to developing countries,
according to a leading conservative.
The Rt Rev Robert Duncan, the Bishop of Pittsburgh, echoed the words of
other traditionalists who have warned this week that the church is
"disintegrating" and faces a historic split over homosexuality and same-sex
Speaking at a breakaway summit in Jerusalem, he said all Anglicans face
the choice of remaining true to Scripture or following liberals on a road to
"disunity and destruction".
Bishop Duncan claimed the "crisis" over sexuality called for a new
settlement of Anglicanism similar to that which formed the current church in the
Monday, June 23, 2008
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