Robert Munday, former Dean of Nashotah House-will The Episcopal Church "come to grips with reality"?

From here:

One might wish that the leadership of the Episcopal Church would come to grips with reality. The people of the Diocese of South Carolina voted by an overwhelming majority to leave the Episcopal Church. Any church bureaucracy that would try to force its will on a Diocese where the majority of people have said they no longer want to be affiliated is manifestly evil. They are just trying to suck the life out of the Diocese of South Carolina (and the other dioceses they are suing) by bleeding them dry through lawsuits. (That’s just my opinion, of course. But this kind of continued pernicious evil from the Episcopal Church’s leadership has been going on long enough that it just makes you wonder what it will take to finally drive a stake through the vampire’s heart.)

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3 comments on “Robert Munday, former Dean of Nashotah House-will The Episcopal Church "come to grips with reality"?

  1. Ad Orientem says:

    Now here is some blunt, no sugar coating language that I can understand. Are you sure this guy is Anglican?

  2. MichaelA says:

    A fair question unfortunately … 🙂

  3. driver8 says:

    I recently had a conversation with an Episcopal bishop – who once (a lifetime ago – ie 6 years) described himself as a Windsor bishop – in which he genuinely seemed to believe in a conspiracy theory account of the events of the last 10 years. His alleged key conspirators were the Institute on Religion and Democracy.

    When you’re dealing with folks some of whom really do believe crazy conspiracy theories, exhorting them to rational behavior is surely right, but IMO very unlikely to succeed.

    IMO only something like a financial meltdown will bring a halt to the craziness – and as far as I can see, for all the millions wastefully spent, there remain millions more to go.