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Seek peace with honor in the TEC wars: Anglican Ink, October 6, 2013 October 6, 2013

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Toronto: Conservatives should seek terms for a negotiated peace to the Anglican wars, the Rev. Canon Christopher Seitz, Old Testament Scholar and Senior Research Professor at Wycliffe College in the University of Toronto and a leader of the Anglican Communion Institute told a conference marking the 50th Anniversary of the 1963 Toronto Pan-Anglican Congress.

The battle had been lost leaving conservatives as “strangers in their own church,” he said, and “the question for conservatives [now] is about encouragement. Will we be allowed to walk the well-worn paths of the faith,” he asked “or must we follow the trailblazers?”

While engaged in the preparation of a commentary on the Book of Jeremiah while on a study leave at the University of Tubingen, Prof. Seitz stated it was his custom to tread the paths in the forests surrounding the town.  Warming upon this theme, he told the conference participants gathered at St Paul’s Bloor Street in Toronto that traditionalists are being told the “paths of our fathers are wrong paths” and our understanding of God’s plan for salvation has reached its “sell-by date.”

Read it all in Anglican Ink.

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1. Lee Poteet - October 6, 2013

There can be no honorable peace with heresy and deliberate evil.

2. tupton2012 - October 6, 2013

Don’t agree. They told us (San Joaquin) we weren’t welcome, did not try to get us from leaving, and when we left they sued us. In litigation they have used every means to bleed us dry.

Respect Rev Cn Christopher Seitz, but his conclusion is faulty. Thanks for breaking the news though. Tom Upton


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