In an email statement sent to Stand Firm, Fort Worth Bishop Jack Iker describes what honesty and integrity should compel certain bishops to do:
"Those Bishops who stand in solidarity with Gene Robinson should withdraw themselves from further participation in the Lambeth Conference. Having failed in several attempts to include Gene in the Conference, his supporters should themselves feel a sense of rejection from the Conference itself.
"Integrity and honesty would dictate that they should stand with Gene - excluded from full participation in the Lambeth Conference. Is this all talk, or is it backed up by action?" --Greg Griffith
This statement was released following:
"In a statement released on the second day of the Lambeth Conference, the Sudanese church called upon the American church to “respect the authority of the Bible,” refrain from ordaining gay priests or bishops, halt gay blessings, and “cease court actions” against traditionalists “with immediate effect.” The American Church’s experiments with gay blessings and bishops had led to the deaths of Sudanese Christians, Dr Daniel Deng said in an impromptu press conference in the Lambeth Conference media room." Religious Intelligence
"The Bishop of New Hampshire must resign in order to save the Anglican Communion from chaos, the Archbishop of Juba and Primate of the Sudan, said today. 'If [Gene Robinson] were a real Christian he would resign,' Archbishop Daniel Deng said on July 22.
This was just published by St. Michael's of the Valley Ligonier PA regarding the Diocese of Pittsburgh, but it touches on all our TEC churches that are going to leave: 30 Questions.