Archbishop Thabo addresses divisions over human sexuality at Lambeth Conference

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, who chaired the Design Group of the 2022 Lambeth Conference, addressed the media on August 2 after the conference had discussed a “Lambeth Call” on human dignity, which included references to the church’s position on human sexuality.

4 replies on “Archbishop Thabo addresses divisions over human sexuality at Lambeth Conference”

Good Morning
I am a 42 year old woman and growing up discovering your dad is bisexual was not an easy thing for me. It made me feel ashamed. I was very sad. And at age 2, my parents got divorced because they had problems. My dad is now 20yrs late. We never had a daughter and father relationship. I hardly saw him. He hardly spent time with me. My granny had to play that role of a parent in my life. It made me sad. Nobody spoke about it. I felt alot of pain inside. Why he chose the world over me. I loved my dad but I didn’t like what he had become. He was going through something that was not normal. I don’t think it will ever be normal. Now that I am older, I don’t think any child should go through what I went through. I miss my dad. I wish things were different. I never knew love of a father. Early years of my life, I learnt about Jesus and what he done for me and that He loves me. And ever since then, the love of the Father has helped me. God has guided me. This love is truly unconditional. I don’t think I can live without the Father’s love. It keeps me grounded. It keeps me sane. It mends the brokenness and brings healing. I have joy in my heart. I have purpose. God’s love is everlasting. Thank You Jesus. Amen

This is a serious matter that should be looked at in a theological and human dignity position. Theologically it will be in correct and unsound to agree to something that we know humanly is a lifestyle.

Despite the other churches long awaiting for the Anglican to give direction and prophetic voice over this topic, so as to follow suite

Ecclesiastically this discussion is heretic in the platform of Church dogma, we can’t accept the inconsistency of the community out of the community deliberately secluded themselves from the one community holy, Catholic,apostolic and universal. Remember they are LGBTQ+O2 which does not include heretoxetuals so what do we mean when we say we should care❓

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