"For these reasons, come June, neither the Episcopal Church nor the orthodox in America should doubt his willingness, however reluctant, to act."
What will he do? The only constructive course of action at this point is to break communion with ECUSA. Is he prepared to do that? Of course if he doesn't, is he prepared for much of the rest of the Anglican world to break with him?
posted on 02/26/2006 6:39:24 PM PST
(You faithful, let us pray for the Catechumens! Lord Have Mercy)
The essence of what the Rev. Kennedy is saying is that yes, he will break with ECUSA (and Canada, and...).
The alternative is to see the entire world-wide Anglican Communion split, with no hope of it ever being restored; already many Anglo-Catholics are looking towards shedding the Evangelical shackles going back to the Elizabethan Compromise. It's likely at least some Anglican Evangelicals feel the same way.
Once this split begins in actuality there will be no turning back,
posted on 02/26/2006 6:51:50 PM PST
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