The Archbishop of the Church of Nigeria, The Most Rev. Henry Ndukuba, had strong words for the ACNA as well as Foley Beach who serves as head of ACNA and as Chairman of the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON):
“ACNA was formed by GAFCON, as a safe haven for faithful Christians who reject the apostasy and rebellion in TEC. They should not now find in ACNA the aberrations which drove them from TEC. It is more serious that the Archbishop of ACNA, Archbishop Foley Beach is also the current Chairman of GAFCON. Therefore, his actions or inactions and that of his Province have serious implications for GAFCON leadership.”
And Archbishop Ndukuba makes a clear call to action for ACNA:
“We therefore call upon the Archbishop and the College of Bishops of ACNA to make definite, unambiguous statement condemning the actions taken by the Gay activists in their midst, denounce their action, dissociate ACNA from the group, discipline the erring bishops, priests and laity who signed the offensive Pro-Gay letter and reaffirm ACNA’s commitment to all the fundamentals of orthodox Christian faith and the resolutions of the GAFCON Jerusalem Declarations and Statement. It should take a clear stand on their position on homosexuality and same-sex relations of all types.”
PDF of Archbishop Ndukuba’s letter is here:
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