further NEAC reports

Another of the presentations has been published, this one by Michael Ovey. And this Bible Study.

Still no sign of the one by Christina Baxter.

Other presentations are linked here.

A Church of England Newspaper report of the meeting by Toby Cohen is at present only available here.

And another Church of England Newspaper article about it is A foot in many camps – a reply to Stephen Kuhrt by Chris Sugden.

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“A representative organization like CEEC needs some means of establishing what makes it distinctive so that it can be seen who and what it represents” – Chris Sugden, Mainstream – On does not have to be a Doctor of Philosophy, Theology, Psychiatric Medicine (or of anything) to already perfectly understand ‘what makes CEEC distinctive so that it can be seen who and what it represents’. This was made perfectly clear at the recent Meeting of NEAC at All Souls, Langham Place. As presently constituted, CEEC so obviously represents the parsimonious theology of Doctors Sugden, Turnbull, and others of the GAFCON… Read more »

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“In CEEC we have a rudely contending Evangelical one.” But isn’t it amusing that the very people pushing for this kind of top down authoritarian leadership are the very ones who vehemently oppose it in Rome, indeed, many of them can’t even mention Rome without spitting? It just points out that some people need a well defined authority so that they can feel secure in obedience to that authority. That some of them leave an Evangelicalism that loudly denounces Rome in order to become members of the Roman Communion (how’s that for a new term?) shows that it is authority,… Read more »

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The Rev’d Canon Sugden is clearly a candidate for bishop in the new ‘Anglican’ Province in the UK. He is every where and always ready to impart his wisdom. So perhaps I under estimate him, he is actually a candidate for the Primate’s job in the new ‘Anglican Province in the UK!

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Dear Commentator (in disguise?), I wouldn’t put too much emphasis on the possibility of Dr. Sugden as having the mana to become a bishop in the Church of God – under any circumstance – except that of one of the ex-Anglican sects that are still flourishing in North America, parts of Africa, and the province of The Southern Cone of South America. It could, however, be quite possible for him to take some lead role in an off-shore province of the newly-emerging Church of the Truly Perfect, which is the brain-child of Drs. Turner, Akinola and Sugden. But, in the… Read more »