(Ekklesia) Savi Hensman–Being Sheffield’s bishop and the limits of inequality

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  1. Terry Tee says:

    It would be rare for Ekklesia to publish a think piece that was not from a liberal perspective, so this item is to be expected. One thing struck me immediately after reading it. Namely, the diversity of belief in the Church of England is already enormous. A bishop who believes in holy communion as a commemorative Lord’s Supper may find himself instituting a rector who believes in transubstantiation. Why, then, does Savi Hensman see the appointment of Philip North as such a deal-breaker? A church that prides itself on its ‘comprehensiveness’ should in theory be able to take this in its step.