Tuesday, November 01, 2011

The devolution of ACNA

Anglicans Ablaze has this disturbing news. I'm not surprised at the response however, noting that the two evangelical Anglican heroes, J.I. Packer and the late John Stott, not only did little to contend for the faith but were active in the ecumenical movement within Anglicanism. As I have said, the actions and non-actions of leaders have consequences for later generations. In this case, there is a real possibility of the apostasy of conservative Anglican churches.


Anonymous said...

Now I could understand why some people think that Packer was a "Romanist", although that label may have been extreme.

Daniel C said...


indeed. Packer while promoting Puritan doctrine and devotion does not share Puritan/Calvinist ecclesiology