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  1. The Australian Anglican Synod’s mandate:

    The Synod is a way for us to come together as a group of Anglican Christians to share the concerns that we have about our Christian faith and practice and to discern God’s will for us as a Christian community.

    The General Synod exists in order to shape how we relate to each other as a national Christian community and how we might be faithful in this society, in terms of its spiritual, moral and social welfare.

    I don’t see how it’s God’s will or in the interest of spiritual, moral and social welfare to publish salaries. I agree, there must be other issues that better fulfill this mandate. Not sour grapes on your part Ian, sounds like it’s fallen into the typical trap of any Committee where being on it is more important than resolving the real issues.

  2. I agree with Baino – it’s not sour grapes.

    “Sit down, you’re rocking the boat!”

    The Church of Ireland likes to steer a course on an even keel.

    They need to find a way to balance the old with the new if they want to make waves!

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