Lovely report here of a fresh expression Anglican church plant in Cairo.
Speaking of Global South, the Diocese of South Carolina has decided in favour of its motion previously noted here, to come under the oversight of Global South Primates. But their press release (e.g. here) speaks of the 'Global Anglican Communion' which in terms of words looks like an amalgam of 'Global South' and 'Anglican Communion' and in terms of literal meaning is the same as 'Anglican Communion' (which is global in scope), but as a title, does it betoken a new forming of Anglican global fellowship? (Comments from South Carolina especially welcomed ...)
ADDENDUM: A consistent line through ADU over the years has been concern that the Anglican Communion find and maintain theological coherency and consistency over convictions which accord with Christian orthodoxy. Chickens are coming home to roost in most if not all Western Anglican churches as a largely liberal/progressive theological hegemony has driven leadership and vision for decades in order to make accommodation with the secularising societies in which we live only to find pews emptying out. Accordingly it is of great concern when we continue to find in Western Anglican churches certain theological commitments continuing to be fostered and encouraged by the episcopal hierarchy.
Yesterday, over coffee, I learned verbally of a controversy brewing in Melbourne. I see that David Ould has two posts on the matter here and here. David makes an excellent point in the headline to the first post, "Stretching the limits of diversity?" We are Anglicans and that means there will be and should be some width to our theological appreciations, some tolerance of a range of views amongst us. But to diversity there is a question of limits if we have any regard for the matter of unity as in our almost banal 'diversity in unity' or 'unity in diversity' mantra.