The Death of Liberal Anglicanism (Theo Hobson in the Guardian)

Theo Hobson writes:

Yet liberal Anglicanism failed to make a stand. There were obviously lots of angry noises, but they didn’t add up to anything. Amazingly enough, Williams’ call for patience was generally heeded. The nature of liberal Anglicanism quietly shifted. It became meek before the rise of evangelical orthodoxy.

Read Theo Hobson: The death of liberal Anglicanism | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

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