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Archbishop: Anglicans Could Face Division

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That appears to be a New Testament approach. If a church

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or believer, enters into apostacy and refuses to repent, the action commanded is to cut them off from Christian fellowship.

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Yep, Mt 18.

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Anglicans haven't been that zealous for anything in decades. Example: One of the few excommunicating offenses they still have is being a Mason, yet many members and priests are openly Masonic.

I was looking mainly at the financial angle, which the BBC has been noticing since this broke a year or two ago. What if a whole church went out not with a bang, but with just the ka-ching! of a closing cash register? The precedent would be ominous for many.
Regards, Doug in New Mexico

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Good for them

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Diocese that violated the tenants of Anglican law whould be expelled... or at least threatened to allow members to take matters in their own hands concerning their clergy.

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