on Monday, 8 February 2010 at 8.48 am by Simon Sarmiento
categorised as ECUSA
Scott Gunn has posted a series of blog articles recently commenting on various matters relating to ACNA.
Putting the shoe on your foot
“Church Militant” gets new meaning
Duncan says Canterbury is “lost”
I am sure that one isn’t allowed to make personal remarks here but ‘Bishop’ Duncan does look rather a like a frog.
Scott Gunn’s Colorado tale from ACNA-land rings true. Donald Armstrong jumped ship before the captain could throw him in the brig. If you create your own church or jump to someone else’s jurisdiction, presto change-o! your flaws disappear, you are washed clean, and your robes are white as snow. Fortunately, the civil authorities didn’t agree and Fr. Armstrong and his secessionist congregation have found themselves their own building with a new name for their congregation. If Fr. Armstrong had done that from the beginning — left TEC, took those who still believed in him with him, and rented a different… Read more »
“I am sure that one isn’t allowed to make personal remarks here but ‘Bishop’ Duncan does look rather a like a frog.” – Richard Ashby –
Would that be a rather arch-Frog do you think?
Seriously though, Richard. How could you possibly malign the animal kingdom in such a way? It does remind me of a very old joke about frogs:
A Frog’s a funny animal, It jumps about the grass
It climbs up all the highest trees,
And slides down on its hands and knees.
anon (and so on)