A brilliant question

The Anglican Scotist asks a brilliant question, and offers some of the best analysis of the dangers implicit in the current Communion controversy for the Episcopal Church.

The separated have bigger plans then mere unity among themselves; they want to be in the AC as a province, and to kick TEC out of the AC as a province. They have not given up these plans–separation is merely stage one. Performing the Provincial Two-Step will take years–even decades–of well-funded, high-decibel bitterness at an international level. The funding and the shouting will be there in good supply.

It takes two to bicker. Is there a creative way for Loyalists to unilaterally stop bickering? What would that look like on the national, diocesan, and congregational levels? What should it look like?

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