The Limits of Anglican Soulmating

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Lisa Miller has an interesting article over at Newsweek.com entitled “Unholy Alliances: The Limits of Anglican Soulmating” She begins:

In 2004 the members of St. James Church in tony Newport Beach, Calif., voted to secede from the Episcopal Church of the United States. Like dozens of other conservative Episcopal churches at the time, St. James found the theology of its denomination insufficiently orthodox (and the consecration of a gay Episcopal prelate unbiblical). So it, and others, sought—and found—protection among the conservative Anglican bishops of Africa. For administrative and theological purposes, St. James became an African church. It submitted to the authority of an African bishop and paid dues to an African diocese.

Read the entire article: Miller: The Limits of Anglican Soulmating – Lisa Miller – Newsweek.com

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