Thinking Anglicans

op-ed on New Orleans meeting

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.

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Pluralist
13 years ago

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.

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NP
13 years ago

Pluralist…that is a recipe for….pluralism

Most of us in the AC want to be Christian

Ford Elms
Ford Elms
13 years ago

“Most of us in the AC want to be Christian”

LOL!

Graham Kings
13 years ago

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:

http://covenant-communion.com/?p=151

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