Comments: Abp of York may attend Primates Meeting

A move to make the ABC appear as an Anglican Pope? I wonder, will an Anglican Communion College of Cardinals be the next step in creating our own magisterium?

Posted by Richard III at Thursday, 7 September 2006 at 5:16pm BST

' submission to the sovereign authority of Holy Scripture '
This exprssion is itself beyond the limits of Anglican diversity, in my opinion. And such an expression is not to be found in the BCP or in Anglican use until very recently.

The Primates Meetings themselves have no authority and are beyond the limits of Anglican diversity. Why am i not surprised that the seeds of all this were sown during George Carey's time ?

Let the primates get on with being useful ministers.

Thank goodness the BCP is in force and indeed, is the norm in the C of E. Never thought I'd ever say that !

Posted by laurence hoyw roberts at Thursday, 7 September 2006 at 7:45pm BST

I will embrace such a college --when the Primates adopt personal celibacy.
These new evangelicals aren't very protestant, are they ?
What price the Reformation ?

Posted by laurence hoyw roberts at Thursday, 7 September 2006 at 7:47pm BST

Why do we need a College of Cardinals? We already have the Primates.

Posted by Nick Finke at Thursday, 7 September 2006 at 8:47pm BST

We don't need a College of Cardinals or a magisterium, we just need to treat each other as intelligent adults, make an honest effort at working out our differences, and agree to disagree when we can't. The mentality of looking at life as either all black or all white and nothing in between is just plain stupid.

Posted by Richard III at Friday, 8 September 2006 at 12:23am BST
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