I am puzzled
Readers, can you help me? I present to you four statements. If you can reconcile them, I would be interested to see how. I am quite sincere.
From the GAFCON Final Statement (Jerusalem Declaration, #4):
We uphold the Thirty-nine Articles as containing the true doctrine of the Church agreeing with God’s Word and as authoritative for Anglicans today.
From the 39 Articles (Article XVIII):
The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper was not by Christ’s ordinance reserved, carried about, lifted up, or worshipped.
From a recent statement of the Bishop of Forth Worth:
It has been a joy to participate in the GAFCON experience in Jerusalem, and I welcome and endorse the proclamation that has been issued at the conclusion of our week of deliberation and prayer.
From the Customary of the Diocese of Forth Worth (Section III):
The Blessed Sacrament is to be reverently reserved (generally in one kind) in a tabernacle or aumbry in the church. This reservation is indicated by a Presence Lamp (or Sanctuary Lamp), which is kept burning at all times.
I just don’t see how Anglo-Catholic worship can be reconciled with GAFCON theology. I’m interested to know how it’s possible.