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Is your evangelical friend about to depart for the Episcopal Church?

Is your evangelical friend about to depart for the Episcopal Church?

Fred Clark at Patheos Slacktivist warns “How to tell if your evangelical friend is about to depart for the Episcopal Church?”

1. You say “How’re you doing?” and they respond “And also with you.”

2. They say they wish there was more scripture and Bible-reading in worship….

5. During the Lord’s Prayer, you once heard them start to say “trespasses.”

6. They sometimes use the word “altar” when talking about something other than an altar-call.

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Posted by Ann Fontaine

Image from Episcopal Memes by Jay Sidebotham 

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