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Episcopalians have it easy?

In her blog, Theology on the Ground, the Reverend Janine Schenone, priest at All Saints Church in Pasadena, California, takes on the assertion that “liberal mainline churches like the Episcopal Church” are losing membership because they have taken the easy road, theologically. Schenone, who left the Catholic Church for the Episcopal Church, makes the argument against “Christianity Lite”:

I have never found Christianity more demanding of me than in the Episcopal Church. And it’s precisely because the Episcopal Church does not embrace […]

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