African Anglican archbishops meet in Kenya over beliefs and gay marriage
Some 28 Anglican bishops from five African countries recently undertook a one-week training in Kenya on how to counter the watering down of the Church’s beliefs. The training was held under the auspices of the Global Anglican Future Conference, which seeks to uphold the true teachings of the Christian faith. It was held at the Brackenhurst Conference Centre, Tigoni. Former Archbishop Eliud Wabukala warned his colleagues to watch out as the breakaway group is out to get members, especially in relation to gay marriages. Archbishop Nicholas Okoh from Nigeria said that since 2008, it has become clear that the danger the Church faces is not so much from outright false teachers, “but the division and distraction which comes when those who claim to be orthodox want us to be in ‘shared conversations’ and meet for ‘continued Indaba’ with those who are teaching a false gospel”.