General Synod Election Results Promising
Sharp-eyed poll observers of the General Synod election say that it appears enough delegates holding traditional views on sexuality have been elected in both the Houses of Clergy and Laity to effect a blocking minority.
Preliminary results estimate that 40% of clergy and near that amount of lay delegates have been chosen to serve for the next quinquennium. If so, revisionists will not be able to gain the necessary majorities needed to change the Church of England’s current position on marriage.
A full analysis of the results will be forthcoming in the next edition.