This is good news. In response to the Episcopal church’s ordination of its second homosexual bishop, Anglican leadership has basically pulled the plug on the denomination’s influence to debate doctrine and interact with other Christians on certain high level church committees.
According to Religion News Service, the church’s high priestess Katharine Jefferts Schori is highly upset.
The high-level dispute between the head of the Anglican Communion and Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori continues, as Jefferts Schori accused Archbishop of Canterbury of getting Anglican polity wrong and jumping the gun by imposing sanctions on her church. Conservative activists in England say its “discourteous” of an Anglican cathedral to invite Jefferts Schori to preach, given the tension in the AC.
A Beliefnet story indicated that the head of the Anglican Communion considered the second consecration an act of seditious disobedience.
The homosexual religious movement has done nothing good for the unity of the church. Quite the contrary, it has seeded and fostered division and disobedience to God and his word time and time again. Its good to know some church leaders are growing a backbone and responding with influence killing sanctions. And that’s best course of action with people who are hell bent on spreading sexual immorality and false teachings. Restrict, restrain and if possible kill their influence.