Question by Ishmael: Evangelical Covenant and Orthodox Anglican churches?
What do these churches believe when it comes to communion? Also, what are their beliefs for the authority of the Bible? Next, what is their stance on church discipline? Finally, what are their strengths and weaknesses?
I believe in God, and this question is not to confim his existence. Therefore, please refrain from obnoxious responses. Thank you, and God bless!
Answer by jacqueline cheung there is no such thing as God
Question by SUPERSTAR: what does the episcopal church or the anglican church think about homosexuality in general?
because according to some people who are gay, not at all the episcopalians are open minded to the homosexuality even the church accepts women as priests, and also they ordained a lesbian and a gay as bishops.. is that the reason the episcopal church is breaking down along the anglicanism?
Answer by Lachrymose Lover The Episcopal and Anglican Churches are the most open to gays along with the Catholic, Orthodox, and some Presbyterian Churches (along with others).
-Generally, we (Anglicans and Episcopalians) accept gays as God’s children and if they want to come to worship with us, they are most welcome. We have our reasons and they are scripture based.
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Question by LIKEAPRAYER: why aren’t too members in USA of the episcopal church or the anglican church?
according to my belief, the british people brought the christianity to USA and their religion was the anglican church but after the independece of USA, the anglican church in USA adopted the name of episcopal church? why are there not many members of this church in USA? because other denominations like baptists convert more people because they were preaching state by state and episcopal church no? and what is the situation of the episcopal church in USA?
Answer by great gig in the sky The reason most people came to America regarding religious freedom us that they weren’t members of the Church of England. They were nonconformists.
This week Kevin and George talk about the Diocsese of South Carolina and the response to their vote to leave the Episcopal Church. Peter talks about the recent vote for Women Bishop in the Church of Englican and Alan Haley discusses the legal remification facing the Diocese of South Carolina and the Episcopal Church. And as always there is much much more in Episode 57. #AU57 comments to firstname.lastname@example.org — Thanks to all who sent money for Goerge’s new camera — sadly Kevin told George the wrong settings for HD…