Episcopal Presiding Bishop: And So I'm Telling You I'm Not Going
February 13, 2007 08:53 AM
For those of you wondering where NBS is, I've been swamped with real work (the kind that actually pays) and apologize for the slower posting.
I've also been obsessively following the goings on in the Anglican Communion at other blogs which are on top of that story 24-7. So I've been doing more reading than writing. For those who are unaware, the leaders of the Anglican Church are meeting in Tanzania this week, and topic A is whether the Episcopal Church will be kicked out for being too liberal. I very much hope that they will be, so that a foothold for the Anglican Church can be reestablished in the United States.
This is an extremely important moment for Christianity and the culture of the Western World, because what happens in this denomination has repercussions for both the Catholic and Protestant churches. If you're not up to speed, you should be, and I would direct your attention to the following websites.
I would also urge you to exercise caution when news reports start circulating later this week in the mainstream press. The news media has absolutely no idea how to cover religion, and there is a very good possibility that whatever they report on will be wrong, or will only tell half of the story.