Saturday, September 22, 2007

Breaking: Episcopal News Service Hides News - TEC is Choosing to be a Cult

The Episcopal Church's news agency (ENS) has published four reports so far on the House of Bishops meeting - and all of them omit any information on the participation of Anglican Communion representatives other than the Archbishop of Canterbury. TEC is setting itself as an independent club apart from Christianity.

As noted in the post below, The Diocese of South Dakota and many other dioceses are simply ignoring the issues facing the church. South Dakota's "Information Exchange" is only posting obituaries and a few prayer requests for the sick - no news about the issues that are fueling the church's disintegration.

Well meaning people in the pews will be giving time, talent and treasure to a leadership bureaucracy that rejects Christian teaching and advocates for causes that are not supported by the vast majority of Christians worldwide and throughout history. The Episcopal Church is becoming a cult.


midwestnorwegian said...

TEC's Modus Operandi - "all is well" "all is well" "pay no attention to that man behind the curtain", "schism? what schism?" "sin? what sin?" on and on and on....

Alice C. Linsley said...

Father, You are the only Anglican blog that is breaking this news. And it IS news. This is TEC's response to DES and to the Communion visitors who spoke. The report that follows won't be worth the ink its printed with.

No surprises here. We already knew that the Episcopal Church is divided and that the division can't be healed. It is more than a matter of intellectual analysis now. We've parsed TEC's verbage and learned 815's code well enough to recognize that the orthdoox and those who seek radical innovations hold irreconcilable positions. Now it is the hearts of the faithful that will speak as they yearn for wholeness and find it not in TEC.