Graceless Body Broken?
Rowan Williams Struggles to Save the Anglican Communion
by George Conger
To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, one must have a heart of stone to read of the death of the Episcopal Church without laughing. Homosexual bishops, crooked treasurers, litigious clergy, and conventions pleading for Mumia Abu-Jamal’s freedom offer diverting entertainment for those not found within its pale.
Over the past year, the Episcopal Church has elected a partnered homosexual man as bishop of New Hampshire and normalized homosexuality by allowing dioceses to create liturgies for blessing same-sex unions. The Anglican Church in Canada also has moved homosexuality from the sin to the blessing side of the le . . .