What might it look like in coming years for Anglican evangelicals to remain committed to the biblical gospel, to all that is best in our Anglican heritage, and to one another as brothers and sisters in Christ?
There will be times when our differing contexts will mean that we will make different judgments about precisely when and how to act for the sake of the gospel. There will be other occasions when differences of temperament, or priorities, or convictions will mean that we will disagree about what the practical outworkings of our commitments should be. What might godly wisdom look like for different churches, and in different contexts? And how can we continue to honour and support one another, working together for the gospel, even when we make different principled and pragmatic decisions?