(ENS) Restructuring discussions continue after Episcopal House of Bishops meeting

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Posted September 25, 2011 at 3:10 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. Cennydd13 wrote:

How about sacking PB Jefferts Schori for starters?

September 25, 8:29 pm | [comment link]
2. Archer_of_the_Forest wrote:

I was wondering when TEC would get sucked into the buzzword “Missional.” That seems to be all the rage in other denominations at the moment.

September 25, 9:44 pm | [comment link]
3. sophy0075 wrote:

Cennydd13,

Would that really make a difference towards a better path? The old cliche about “the devil you know” and “the devil you don’t know” springs to mind.

smile I know! TEC could start to repair its budget by dropping its litigation against the Anglican faithful. Yes, I know. That will happen when the home of those devils referred to in my paragraph above freezes over.

September 25, 9:50 pm | [comment link]
4. David Keller wrote:

“Faithful engagement in Christ’s mission” would imply that TEC would need to become a Christian Church as its first step.  Does the phrase “re-arranging the deck chairs” have some relevance here?

September 26, 8:50 am | [comment link]
5. Hakkatan wrote:

They will do almost anything other than repent and return to the biblical Gospel.

September 26, 11:46 am | [comment link]
6. driver8 wrote:

So having identified the unwieldy and incoherent Rube Goldberg machine that is TEC’s system of governance, the good Bishop proposes…yet another Commission.

September 26, 2:45 pm | [comment link]
7. Cennydd13 wrote:

They’ll either have to mend their ways or spend themslves into oblivion.

September 26, 3:27 pm | [comment link]
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