Updated finally on Monday morning
For the latest reports from those actually in Jamaica, go here.
Earlier in the week, Ruth Gledhill published this article, Covenant: Is this an instrument to castrate Gafcon?
In that article, she links (though currently the links are broken) to several other analyses:
Today, Stephen Noll has published another article, The Anglican Communion Covenant: Where Do We Go from Here? in which he argues that the Covenant is now dead.
Saturday evening update
Charles Raven has also written a new article, this is titled Tipping Point in Jamaica.
Jamaica is not only the end of the Covenant process, but is also likely to mark a decisive shift of confidence away from the Lambeth based Instruments of Unity and a fresh appraisal of GAFCON by those of the orthodox Anglicans who have been wary. A Communion which looks for leadership from this Archbishop of Canterbury and the existing Instruments of Unity will surely descend into deepening chaos.
The Anglican Church League in Sydney has issued Apostacy and deception: Statement on ACC-14 from the Anglican Church League.
“We have once again been shown how firmly apostasy and deception is embedded in the international structures of Anglicanism. There is no hope for the future there.”
Sunday evening update
Stephen Noll has written another article today, RESUSCITATION OR RESURRECTION? Second Thoughts on the Demise of the Anglican Covenant in which he expands his thoughts.
And, the Anglican Communion Institute has published ACI Statement on the Anglican Consultative Council.
Monday morning update
A.S. Haley has published Shine, Perishing Communion