In January 2007 Huron College hosted a conference to offer responses to the Windsor and St. Michael reports and address the challenges we now face. In January 2007 Huron College hosted a conference to offer responses to the Windsor and St. Michael reports and address the challenges we now face. The papers are available electronically (see below) or in hard copy (bound together). Hard copies are available at a cost of $5.00 through the Faith Worship & Ministry Department.
The papers presented at the conference are available as follows:
Introduction to the Conference, Dr. Darren Marks (PDF)
- Dr. Gary D. Badcock
What is Communion, anyway?
- Dr. John Thorp
The St Michael Report: Wrong Question, Wrong Answer
- The Hon. Ronald C. Stevenson
Unity in Diversity or Unity vs. Diversity?
Additional Papers Presented:
Theme One: The Bible: Interpretation and Authority
- The Rev’d Heather McCance
That All Thy Church Might Be Forever One: Seeking Unity in First Clement and the Windsor Report
- The Rev’d Edward Wagner
Canon Is Not Enslavement: A Modern Pastoral Case for Biblical Inerrancy
Theme Two: The Church: Leadership, Authority and Communion
- The Rev’d Canon Dr. Timothy Connor and The Rev’d Dr. George Sumner
Toward an Anglican Theology in the Spirit of Windsor
- Dr. William H. Harrison
Custom and the National Church: The Reason Why.
- The Rev’d Gordon R. Maitland
The Parting of Friends
Theme Three: Sexuality: Articulating a Theological Anthropology
- The Rev’d Rae Fletcher
- Dr. Darren Marks
Overcoming the New Gnosticism: Re-founding Theological Anthropology
- Dr. Margaret Elizabeth Myers
Quest for Balm in Gilead: Disclosure patterns of church-affiliated family members who have ‘come out’ as lesbian or gay