OUTSTANDING: Tobais Haller has written a fascinating piece that warrants our attention:
Two of the most common accusations directed these days at The Episcopal Church is that it tends towards a relativistic ethic and a universalist view of salvation. I’m concerned to clarify these terms a bit, for they seem rather vague. I tend, myself, towards absolute moral standards tempered by an ethic based on certain biblical principles elaborated by Jesus and Paul. And I hope for universal salvation, but hope is not belief.
Read In a Godward direction: Relativism and Universalism Hat tip to Chuck Blanchard, A Guy in the Pew for bringing this to my attention.