Comments: views around the Communion

Well, at least +Orombi is plain spoken about his position (as cold-hearted and horrendous as it is).

I wish the AAC/"Network" would just come out and make a simple, definitive statement agreeing with this view. Then we could stop all this endless fussing about a "reconciliation" that the hardcore members of that organization don't want, and have no intention of working towards, so we could all just GET ON with our lives...

Posted by David Huff at Tuesday, 22 March 2005 at 3:47pm GMT

David, I have posted a comment to TitusOneNine asking whether the "reasserters" do, in fact, agree with +Orombi's full position on homosexuality. Interestingly, the excerpt from the article they posted omits the fact that Uganda punishes homosexuality by life imprisonment.

Posted by Charlotte at Tuesday, 22 March 2005 at 5:04pm GMT

Un-freakin-believable.

When the schismatic parishes are restored to the Diocese of Los Angeles, +Jon Bruno really needs to hold an exorcism (at least conditionally): a *mouthpiece of Satan* has defiled those holy grounds! (Not that ECUSA should boycott Lambeth, just because that mouthpiece will be there)

Posted by J. C. Fisher at Tuesday, 22 March 2005 at 11:16pm GMT

" .. or we agree to disagree while remaining in fellowship, like the Puritans and Arminians" (from Dale Rye's article).

Strange. I had always thought that Archbishop Laud had been put to death by his puritan opponents. But obviously not. They didn't execute him, they merely 'agreed to disagree while remaining in fellowship' with him. So that's all right then.

Posted by Andrew Conway at Wednesday, 23 March 2005 at 12:11pm GMT
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