The Reverend Carl Reid answers readers’ questions about the Anglican split

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Posted February 26, 2008 at 5:21 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. Sidney wrote:

Will Evangelical churches in Canada escape the controversy?
While I once again will admit to not having any sort of crystal ball, my experience with evangelical churches is that they, up until the present at least, are not afraid to uphold Biblical morality - to continue to call a sin a sin insofar as that is clearly revealed by God in Scripture.
Baloney they do.  There are plainly stated sins in the Bible in which they do not believe.  They just have laughable rationalizations that those sins don’t say what they plainly do say.  Those rationalizations are widely accepted because, well, most people want to believe those rationalizations.

February 26, 10:22 pm | [comment link]
2. TomRightmyer wrote:

Fr. Reid appears to be a priest of one of the “continuing churches” formed in the 1970’s by clergy and lay people unable in good conscience to accept the ordination of women as priests and bishops and/or the Alternative Service Book.  The continuing churches have had their own problems.

February 26, 10:47 pm | [comment link]
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