Yes, we have another photo-op (complete with required communique) as we continue to rev up for the ACC meeting in May.
Of course, what makes this photo-op interesting is who is not there. Shall we also say that the theological views held by many of these "theological educators" (and what makes one a "theological educator" anyway - what was the criteria used to decide and while we're at it, who decided who should assemble for the photo-op anyway?) are diverse? Among the group we find the highly visible Esther Mombo and Jenny Te Pau leading the pack. This is certainly a select-group if there ever was one. I'm sorry to see Jane Williams (whom I listen to regularly on the podcast series Godpod - though I disagree with her views about the filioque clause - which I recall was suddenly and rather oddly missing from the Nicene Creed during the Closing Eucharist of the Lambeth Conference at Canterbury Cathedral last summer, left out completely, oh but never mind ...) lend her credibility to the gathering. I wish she would cross the Big Pond some time soon and see for herself what's going down.
It would be fun to talk about that filioque clause.
You can read their "communique" (how many more of these are we going to have to read before May, I wonder?) here. Now where did I put my copy of And I Turned to See the Voice?