UPDATE: NZ Herald is on the case. COMING here soon. The case for staying whatever is made of these motions. ONE PERSON not going away anytime soon is our latest bishop, +Justin Duckworth of Wellington.
We are edging day by day closer to our General Synod in which three motions (20, 21 and 23) will be proposed for consideration. The text of these motions are as follows:
GS Motions Re Same Sex Relationships
For some, an approval by GS of these motions could be a signal to "go" (albeit, with discussion as to whether it is ACANZP rather than those who disengage from the institution which is the one "going" away from being a true Anglican church).
For others, an approval of these motions could be, well, difficult: stay or go?
Then there is the possibility that there will be a "kick for touch": let these motions lie on the table and let the Commission of Eminent Persons do its work and report back to the next GS.
What do you think?