As reported by Riazat Butt in today's Guardian
Bishops at the Lambeth conference were accused last night of promoting a "false teaching that justifies sin in the name of Christianity". Leaders of a conservative breakaway faction said the prelates' actions had led to "unbiblical" practice resulting in "impaired and broken communion".
The statement, issued by the Global Anglican Future Conference, attacked liberals and called on "all orthodox Anglicans to resist this development".
The Gafcon rebels said: "Leading bishops in the Episcopal church, the Anglican Church of Canada, and even the Church of England have denied the need to evangelise among people from other faiths, promoted and attended syncretistic events and, in some cases, refused to call Jesus Lord and Saviour." They also rejected a draft covenant designed to unify the 80 million-strong Anglican church.
Signed by the archbishops of Nigeria, West Africa, Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and the Southern Cone, who between them represent half of the world's Anglicans, the document challenges the credibility and integrity of Rowan Williams, who arrived in Canterbury weakened by internal disputes over women bishops and homosexuality.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has incurred the wrath of traditionalists for his comments on sharia law and, most recently, for saying that aspects of Christianity could be seen as difficult and offensive to Muslims.
Here's the whole response on Titusonenine ...