Thursday, 18 March 2004

Lambeth Commission again

After some delay I have been able to extract this op-ed article from the Church Times archive.
Mark Hill a distinguished English church lawyer, wrote this back in February:
We can work out what we are - The Eames Commission is a great opportunity

THE Anglican Communion teeters on the brink - not of imminent collapse, but of reinvigoration. Far from being the dysfunctional legacy of a misguided imperialist past, the Communion is a vital body, animated by a shared ecclesiological inheritance.

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If I were a cobbler I’d be fond of leather and so as a lawyer I really like Mark Hill’s article.

It is my prediction that this will all sort out and there will still be an Anglican Communion.

Posted by: Tim Stewart at March 18, 2004 11:59 PM