It is possible that at least some primates who think that God frowns upon physical intimacy among LGBT Christians, even in the context of a committed, monogamous relationship, will boycott the meeting to avoid the company of other primates who disagree with them on this issue. Apparently, it is also possible that the meeting can be saved--saved, I tell you--by a format in which primates who disagree with one another could attend the same meeting without actually having to, um, meet.
The silliness of this aside--and you have to admit, it is pretty silly--the question is: does it matter one way or another whether the Primates meet? Does it matter who attends? Since the consecration of Gene Robinson as the Bishop of New Hampshire, a significant number of primates have attempted to use these meetings as an opportunity to inflict damage on the Episcopal Church, preferably by replacing it with the Anglican Church in North America. Am I wrong in thinking that it is in the best interest of our Church for these meetings not to occur--or to occur without our adversaries present?