The quotation is from the joint standing committee of the primates and of the Anglican Consultative Council; the reference is to things like Archbishop Peter Akinola's support for draconian anti-homosexual legislation in Nigeria, despite Lambeth's call for civil rights, dignity and dialogue.
What does JSCP stand for?
JSCP stands for Joint Standing Committee of the Primates
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We have 5 other meanings of JSCP in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Society of Clinical Oncology
- Joint Security Coordination Office (UN)
- Joint Staff Communications Office
- Jayawantrao Sawant College of Engineering (India)
- Journal of Symbolic Computation
- Joint Services Conference on Professional Ethics (now International Symposium for Military Ethics)
- Joint Synchronized Common Operational Planning Environment (JEFX-04)
- Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (Australia)
- Java Software Coprocessor
- Joint Service Cost Position
- Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan
- Japanese Society of Certified Pension Actuaries (Tokyo, Japan)
- Joint Standing Committee on Public Accounts (South Africa)
- Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry
- Joint Source-Coding Power Control
- Joint Select Committee on Parliamentary Privilege (Australia)
- Joint Steering Committee for Public Policy
- Japan Society for Cult Prevention and Recovery (est. 1995)
- Japanese Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
- Joint Standing Committee on Public Works (Australia)
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The Archbishop of Canterbury has already sought reactions from primates, and a small advisory group appointed by the Joint Standing Committee of the primates and the Anglican Consultative Council has been asked to examine the resolutions passed by General Convention.
Meanwhile, the Archbishop of Nigeria chose not to attend the annual meeting of the Joint Standing Committee of the Primates and the Anglican Consultative Council, which met recently in Canterbury, because of the presence of the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church.