Greg Griffith’s “Monday Morning Catch-Up” Thread

Posted by The_Elves

A fantastic job by Greg rounding up all the important news and links of last week. Read it here.

Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal- Anglican: Latest NewsEpiscopal Church (TEC)TEC BishopsSept07 HoB Meeting* Resources & Links

Posted September 24, 2007 at 10:50 am [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]

1. The_Elves wrote:

In the comments at Stand Firm, we suggested two additional links:

Two links I probably would have added if it had been me writing the post.

1) Kendall’s proposal.  Of course it’s not an official resolution, but I found it a really helpful “think outside the box” excercise, challenging me to think about what kinds of sacrifices (if any?!) I’d really be prepared to accept for “our side.” It was very challenging reading, and I was surprised by my attitude to what Kendall wrote— i.e. “we’ve done nothing wrong, why should our side have to sacrifice.” Problematic attitude to put it mildly!

2) Cherie Wetzel’s Friday report.  She’s the only one I’ve seen to provide details of what +Aspinall and some of the JCC members said.

September 24, 11:13 am | [comment link]
2. Bob Lee wrote:

I can not believe we are still talking about this. Still floating resolutions, ideas, solutions on how to deal with evil. Trying to figure out how to make a deal with the devil.

While they continue to ask to engage a listening process. Give me a break!

The ONLY reason to make this deal with evil, is to keep the church buildings. We know in our hearts to flee evil, but because of the idols ( church buildings ) we are hesitating. Remember the boiling frog?

They have won this battle. They have the votes. Why would they now compromise? They won’t.

Get out! Put you energies into work for the Kingdom in a positive way. Don’t make deals with evil. FLEE.


September 24, 1:52 pm | [comment link]
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