Sunday, May 27, 2007

Reflections on Round One of the Lambeth Invitations: Part Two

[Stand Firm] 27 May 2007--You may note that yesterday's article attempted to point out the positives of the recent actions of Canterbury. And there were positives. But today's article looks at his actions making the assumption that the invitations will stand, that ECUSA's status is now solidly secure, that the bishops of ECUSA [and of Canada] who have grossly violated the teaching of the Anglican Communion will not be disciplined [and thus the teaching of the Communion is neither universal, enforceable, nor all that important], that the Windsor process was a sham and a delaying tactic, and that the "Covenant Process" looks as if it will be the more of the same.

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