The Anglicans balk at an agreement to disagree
Anglican believers are apparently not enthusiastic about the Anglican Covenant, a document designed to explain how people who do not share the same faith can remain members of the same faith.
Let me rephrase that. The Anglican Covenant is a statement that shows how people who don’t believe the same things remain believers in the same… No, that’s not it either.
The Anglican Covenant provides the basis upon which people can agree that their disagreements about fundamental principles do not prevent them from agreement on funda….
I think I’m beginning to understand why most Anglicans are not enthusiastic about the Anglican Covenant.
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