(WSJ) South Carolina Episcopal Church Fight Heads to Court

Episcopalians along the South Carolina coast are battling in court to determine which of two factions owns an estimated $500 million in church buildings, grounds and cemeteries, following an acrimonious split last year over social issues.

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4 comments on “(WSJ) South Carolina Episcopal Church Fight Heads to Court

  1. Ian+ says:

    Gotta be a WSJ subscriber.

  2. Luke says:

    If the articles’s author does not know anymore about what is happening than he seems to in describing the situation as “[a] split last year over social issues,” why would anyone wish to read it?”

  3. Katherine says:

    It does reference theological issues as well, #2, although not in detail. The article is fairly balanced, actually, and points to the similar battles being fought in other denominations like the Presbyterians.

  4. Blue Cat Man says:

    George Conger takes the Wall Street Journal to task for their errors in the article: