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12 Jan 2013: Statement from the Primates of the Global South of the Anglican Communion

16. January 2013

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We, Primates of the Global South of the Anglican Communion, are deeply concerned and worried by the recent decision of the Church of England’s House of Bishops which approves that clergy living in civil partnerships can be candidates to the episcopate. There is already an ambiguity regarding civil partnerships per se. We learnt...

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Communiqué of the Global South Primates Bangkok, Thailand, 20 July 2012

21. July 2012

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1. We, the Primates and representatives of 17 Global South Provinces, met in Bangkok, Thailand, from 18-20 July 2012, in conjunction with the Global South Conference on the Decade of Mission and Networking. 2.  The theme of Conference called the Church to “Be Transformed by the Renewing of the mind to Obedience of Faith for...

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Communiqué of the Global South Primates during their visit to China in September 2011

14. September 2011

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Lead Photo: The Primates in a dialogue session with the National leadership for the TSMP/CCC at their head office, led by Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairman of the national TSPM, and Revd Gao Feng, President of the national CCC. 1. At the kind invitation of His Excellency Mr. Wang Zuoan, Minister for the State Administration for Religious...

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Global South Primates Steering Committee: A Pastoral Exhortation to the Faithful in the Anglican Communion 2009

25. October 2009

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1. We, under-shepherds of the one, holy, catholic and apostolic church of Jesus Christ, bring greetings to the faithful in the Anglican Communion. Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. For in his great love for us, we are no longer foreigners and aliens, but fellow citizens with God's people and members...

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Statement at the Lambeth Conference 2008 - Global South Primates

03. August 2008

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Statement at the Lambeth Conference 2008 1. “This is the message we have heard from him and declare to you: God is light; in him there is no darkness at all.  If we claim to have fellowship with him yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not live by the truth.  But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have...

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Statement from the Global South Primates Steering Committee, London, Mar 13-15, 2008

24. March 2008

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You can also download the pdf copy here Five Primates -  Abp Peter Akinola, Abp Greg Venables, Abp Kolini, Abp Mouneer Anis and Abp John Chew - met together for some heart to heart conversations from 13th to 15th March in London. They released this statement.  1. We are most grateful to our Lord for enabling us as members of...

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Five Primates respond to English Evangelical Bishops’ letter

16. February 2008

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Source To Bishop David James and colleagues Brethren We have received your letter encouraging us to attend the Lambeth Conference with you. We trust that we are united in faithful obedience to the Scriptures and also to the Anglican Formularies.  We understand your desire to continue to support the efforts of the Archbishop of...

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An open letter to my fellow Primates - Abp Peter Akinola

08. November 2007

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Grace and peace to you from God our Father and our One and Only Saviour Jesus, the Christ. I write on the 490th anniversary of that moment in Church history when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Cathedral in Wittenberg in which he asserted, among other things, that the truth of the gospel must always take precedence...

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Communiqué of the Global South Primates, Shanghai, October 30, 2007

07. November 2007

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Communiqué of the Global South Primates, Shanghai, October 30, 2007

1. The visit of the Global South Primates to the People’s Republic of China has given us an opportunity to meet and reflect on the present situation facing the Anglican Communion and what we have to do to move forward while remaining grounded in the Word of God and preserving its catholicity and apostolicity. 2. We are saddened...

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A Statement on the Global South Primates’ Visit to China

31. October 2007

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October 21-30, 2007 (Beijing, Xi’an, Nanjing & Shanghai)  Introduction 1. At the invitation of the Honourable Minister of the State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Ye Xiaowen, the Primates of the Global South of the Anglican Communion visited the cities of Beijing,...

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