Monday, 1 October 2012

Wider still and wider?

Two takes on the developing impasse in Anglicanism illustrated by the failure so far to appoint to  Canterbury: - 
this from John Millbank (After Rowan: Priorities for the Anglican Communion) to my mind, perhaps betraying the contradictions of 'Radical Orthodoxy', that it is neither really radical, in the sense of a true ressourcement, nor really orthodox - as in its embrace of women's ordination and of contemporary Anglican experimentation in terms of moral theology; 
and, secondly, this ('Church of England casts the net wider') from, shall we say, a rather different angle!

1 comment:

  1. This tops them all:


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