Writer refers to article "Going our separate ways" in September 2008 issue where "we are treated to the use of the word 'orthodox' in reference to conservative. No Anglicans can call themselves 'orthodox'. Others have a longer claim on the word. The Global Anglicans Future Conference, being able to affirm only four of the seven ecumenical councils by which Christian orthodoxy has been defined for 1,500 years, shows itself heterodox .... There is nothing inherently 'orthodox' in the conservative position, nor inherently 'progressive' in a liberal one. Both words serve merely to reveal the self-righteousness of those who use them, and that is what us getting in our way in the current debate".