on Thursday, 20 September 2007 at 6.42 am by Simon Sarmiento
categorised as Anglican Communion
Comment is free has a column by Andrew Brown Communing with Dostoevsky.
Fulcrum has a column by Graham Kings titled The Edge. For some followup comment on this, see also here.
I just regard autonomous rootless liberalism (Graham Kings) as a form of name calling. It is not rootless. It can be argued that it is pre-Nicene, and well rooted, and then applied in a different cultural setting. In other words, the faith evolved rapidly when closer to its roots, and therefore what The Episcopal Church is doing is entirely legitimate.
Pluralist…that is a recipe for….pluralism
Most of us in the AC want to be Christian
“Most of us in the AC want to be Christian”
Thanks, Pluralist. I did enjoy your comment owning up to being a ‘rootless liberal’ posted on the Fulcrum forum on this subject on 19 September:
‘I must come in as a rootless liberal, then; after all, if I’m not, who is (by all this criteria).’
On my part, the phrase ‘autonomous rootless liberalism’ was not a form of naming calling. I have attempted to elucidate this on that forum and also on Covenant: