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The Anglican Institution Continues to Unravel – and Rome Benefits

The Anglican Institution Continues to Unravel, PDF format

When the world’s Anglican bishops gathered in Canterbury in mid-July for their once-a-decade general synod, known as the Lambeth Conference, they did so as the leaders of a religious institution in deep crisis.  Two issues dominated the meeting, as everyone knew they would; two issues that have split the worldwide Anglican institution into two opposing camps: the issue of the acceptance of sodomites, sodomite “marriage”, and sodomite ordination into the Anglican priesthood; and the issue of women being ordained as Anglican bishops (they are already being ordained as priests).   Anglican conservatives are opposed to these things; Anglican liberals, on the other hand, are in favour of both. Continue reading