Anglican Samizdat

July 30, 2009

Anglicanism: why bother?

Filed under: Anglican,Anglican Angst — David @ 11:20 am
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The reputation of the Western Anglican church is hovering between irrelevant and international laughingstock.

The Guardian conducted a poll on whether holding the Anglican Communion together matters:

The Anglican communion’s foundations are looking shaky in the wake of a controversial Episcopal vote. But does it really matter if this church fragments? Is it time to ditch the idea of a coherent, single Anglican communion? In short, is the Anglican communion worth it?

guardian poll

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2 Comments

  1. I am guessing that the respondents were largely British. In which case, I am not surprised.
    But I agree with the first sentence. I was recently considered a non-Christian simply because I was an Anglican.

    Comment by Margo — July 30, 2009 @ 9:49 pm

  2. Religion is pointless-no religious group, therefore, can have a useful life.
    Anglicanism is to religion what reconstituted lowfat milk is to beverages.

    Comment by brad evans — September 10, 2009 @ 10:23 pm


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