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March 27, 2006

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ruidh
Would the consequences of ECUSA being "out of communion" be so grave that the church should return to the traditionalist view rather than incur those consequences?

That's a false dichotomy. I don;t think we can return to the traditionalist view without expelling well over half of our members. We would not be true to ourselves.

That's not to say we can't pause rather than continuing to hurdle down the path we're on.

Patience is a virtue.

steve

Look for the bishops to vote to stay in good graces with the Anglican Communion. They want to be part of the worldwide communion. Rowan Williams said two years ago that the people that would get hurt in this ordeal would be the gays.

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