General Secretary's Blog
Archbishop Jensen has been the General Secretary of GAFCON since its beginnings in 2008. He is a graduate of the Universities of London, Sydney and Oxford and has taught Historical and Systematic Theology. He was ordained in Sydney in 1969 and was the Principal of Moore Theological College from 1985 until he was elected Archbishop of Sydney in 2001, a post he held until he retired in 2013. He is the author of several books and gave the Boyer Lectures, broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 2005 on the subject of The Future of Jesus. He is married to Christine and they have five adult children and twenty four grandchildren.
In this blog article, Peter Jensen discusses the current divisions in the Anglican Communion, why such division matters so much and how Gafcon should respond.
In his fourth blog marking the 500th anniversary of the reformation, Peter Jensen considers martyrdom, and how the Oxford Martyrs gave their lives for the true, biblical gospel.
Peter Jensen reflects on the life and work of William Tyndale, whose belief in the clarity of scripture led him to translate the Bible into English.
In the second in his series of blogs marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Peter Jensen reflects on a favourite bible verse - 1 Timothy 1:15.
In the first of a series of blogs on the reformation, Peter Jensen writes on the sinfulness of the human race and the danger of the soul.
Dr Peter Jensen responds to a controversial and revealing interview given by the General Secretary of the Anglican Communion.
In this blog, Peter Jensen explores the term 'homophobia', arguing that whilst Christians have been guilty of unkind attitudes, bullying and discrimination toward homosexuals, this word is being...
Having previously written on the birth, need and future of GAFCON, General Secretary Peter Jensen writes that the heart of GAFCON is communion - a fellowship of many different peoples united in...
In this article, Peter Jensen explains what the word 'unity' means in its true biblical context. Arguing that some have wrongly interpreted it's meaning, he states that there cannot be unity with...
It’s odd. Sometimes you would think that the church is the business of the clergy only, and the laity count for little or nothing.
In January this year, the Primates of the Anglican Communion were summoned by the Archbishop of Canterbury to a meeting. So serious is the crisis in the Communion about the authority of God’s
GAFCON is a movement within the Anglican Communion to call it back to the Bible and to the great task of making disciples by preaching the gospel in all the world.