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It’s Anglican Covenant Week here at Episcopal Cafe

It’s Anglican Covenant Week here at Episcopal Cafe

As the Anglican Covenant picks up support from provinces across the globe, we thought it might be a good time for Episcopalians to think once again about the nature of the document we may be asked to put our church’s name to at our General Convention in 2012.

We take as our text The Genius of Anglicanism, a study guide produced by the Chicago Consultation. Beginning today, and continuing through the Memorial Day Weekend, we will be featuring three of the eight essays from this booklet on our Daily Episcopalian blog for your examination and discussion.

Give them a read and get back to us.

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Chris Arnold

I think the Chicago Consultation’s materials are wonderful, and I thank the authors for taking the time to reflect so thoughtfully. I would like to know any of you believe that TEC’s response to the proposed Covenant anything other than a foregone conclusion?

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