Robert Forsyth

For other people named Robert Forsyth, see Robert Forsyth (disambiguation).

Robert Forsyth was the Anglican Bishop of South Sydney, a region of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney, from 2000 to 2015. Before this he was the rector of St. Barnabas, Broadway.

Forsyth is married and has four children and eight grandchildren. He attended Meadowbank Boys High School and was a candidate for the Methodist ministry for a number of years but changed to Anglican candidature in 1972.

On 19 January 2008, Forsyth condemned Corpus Christi, a play depicting Judas seducing Jesus: "It is deliberately, not innocently, offensive and they're obviously having a laugh about it." The play also showed Jesus administrating a marriage between two of his male apostles.[1]


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