An ENS Article on the Ongoing Legal toing and Froing in South Carolina

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3 comments on “An ENS Article on the Ongoing Legal toing and Froing in South Carolina

  1. SC blu cat lady says:

    Yes, while the current problems/litigation in SC are over the ownership of the property, the [b]real difference[/b] between the Diocese of SC and TECUSA are theological! Always have been and always will be.

    I am not sure why TECUSA is trying so hard in a state where the supreme court has said that the Dennis Canon is null and void and of no effect. Why waste their effort? Do buildings mean that much to them? Alas, they don’t have the numbers to even begin to maintain many of these buildings.

    As for theological differences, TEC bishops from Spong to Budde have denied the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ. To a majority of the Anglican Communion that does not make them Christian nor Anglican.

  2. Cennydd13 says:

    The SC Supreme Court has clearly spoken. What in God’s name do the Episcopalians not understand about the Court’s decision? Does everything have to be spelled out for them in language that even an imbecile can understand? Apparently so! This article is loaded with lies, half-truths and innuendos.

  3. SC blu cat lady says:

    Well, it is from ENS. So no one should be surprised about the obvious *slant* of this article. What don’t they understand? Nothing! They just want it to go their way … if that means it is forced via litigation, then so be it.