The post is his so head on over there to read how he arrives at this conclusion,
"The great ecumenical councils of the early Church – Nicaea, Constantinople, Ephesus and Chalcedon – defended the faith against errors that in various ways would have silenced God and/or stripped Christ of his eternity. The Church Fathers assumed and used the Word of God in their deliberations, but they did not give us a creed or a synodical letter that summarises what they believed the orthodox doctrine of the Word should be. Can the ACANZP work now to produce a unified statement regarding the word of God – a statement that is scrupulously careful not to destroy the ramparts that those early councils raised, and that will allow us to hear the Word of God together once again?"Please comment on his post on his site but if you wish to comment more generally on Motion 30, the Way Forward, how your own synod is approaching the matter (Christchurch synod meets later this week), then I will accept comments here.