It doesn’t really matter as the C of E will be dead in 10 years.
Aging Church of England ‘will be dead in 10 years’ (2032)
The Church of England will cease to exist in 10 years as the current generation of elderly worshippers dies, Anglican leaders warned yesterday.
By Tim Ross
He’s headed for GAFCON for ordination. That’s a win. Conservative Anglicanism is on the upswing in the States (after breaking with the Episcoplalians).
Their 1662 International Book of Common Prayer won Intervarsity Press’ readers award last year (https://www.ivpress.com/the-1662-book-of-common-prayer ), the (Baptist) Beeson Divinity School at Samford has an Anglican Studies wing,
and the kids just opened their first college.
I’ve dropped a couple of bucks their way, but the kids have done all the heavy lifting. A beautiful thing to watch develop from this severely lapsed deeply cynical Elnnpiscopalian.
And don’t count the CofE out. Follow the Irreverend podcast. Three CofE priests host it. Good stuff.
He should immediately apply to the African dioceses. A lot of US Episcopalian churches left the national church and became “missionary Anglican” churches under African bishops, precisely because the African Anglicans are quite conservative, and not afflicted at all with woke.
On the plus side, the African Anglican church is growing by leaps and bounds, so in a short period of time he should get promoted from Priest to Bishop.
And every dime the American African Anglicans raise goes into building more churches in Africa. Both Anglicanism and Evangelism are growing by leaps and bounds there.
Guilt draws out the Indulgences. White guilt even better.