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February 22, 2005

Sounds like a John Kennedy Toole novel to me

From The Christian Post:

The top 38 leaders of the 77-million member Anglican Communion gathered in Newry, Northern Ireland, for the long awaited Primates’ meeting on February, 21, 2005. The five-day meeting, which will focus on the conservative-liberal rift that formed over the ordination of homosexuals and blessings of homosexual unions, may be the most significant gathering for the international church body since it formed some 450 years ago.

Since the Episcopal Church USA (ECUSA) ordained an active homosexual as bishop in 2003, the worldwide communion has been in an affray; some two thirds of the world’s Anglican church bodies severed fellowship with the ECUSA, denouncing its act as “abhorrent” and unacceptable. The spiritual head of the Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, was also charged as being a “theological prostitute” for refusing to condemn the ECUSA’s actions.

The problem comes from the decay of the so-called “mainline” denomination which were long ago taken over by Atheists who liked to play at religion. I really don't understand why the Conservative members remain associated with the Liberal parts. Leave them to rot. That's what the Conservative Presbyterians did.

Posted by Jack Lewis at February 22, 2005 11:50 AM

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