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TN: Episcopalians spend 40 days praying about Hendersonville parish's future
| Tena Lee, Gannett TN
Posted on 02/07/2007 5:53:20 PM PST by sionnsar
Gannet Publications (USA Today et al) does not allow the posting even of excerpts on FR, but the article indirectly raises an interesting question for those fleeing TEC for another home in the world-wide Anglican Communion: If you cannot be in communion with TEC "at home," how is it any better to be in communion from a distance?
Is it even possible to be only "a tiny bit in communion"? (Comparison with being pregnant is deliberate.)
TOPICS: Mainline Protestant; Other non-Christian
posted on 02/07/2007 5:53:22 PM PST
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