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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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Some have suggested that the choice is between polar extremes: either we submit to an authoritarian international hierarchy, or we describe ourselves as some kind of autonomous American "denomination" affiliated on an ad hoc basis with some of the other churches around the world sharing similar historical backgrounds.
My view is that the covenant offers a third possibility--one more authentically aligned with our identity as a church that has from its beginning understood itself as simultaneously independent and interdependent - independent in terms of polity and governance, to be sure, but profoundly interdependent in character and spiritual identity.
The covenant is at its heart about recovering and renewing within our Anglican family of churches the spirit of Christian life reflected in Paul's word, "the eye cannot say to the hand, 'I have no need of you'" (I Corinthians 12:21). The covenant says that it is from within the Anglican Communion that we of the Episcopal Church will continue the long process of learning what it means to be one in Christ Jesus.
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