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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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Before taking up their memorandum in detail, however, I want to put some of the matters involved into a proper perspective. Some of what I will now say may come as a surprise to those who are unacquainted with how ECUSA came into being....
General Convention is not the "supreme" (highest) authority in the Church -- it never has been, and (unless the current liberal takeover is perfected) never will be....
As formed in 1789, and as continued in existence ever since, the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America is a voluntary confederation, and not a forever indissoluble union, of dioceses....
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