Dylan fleshes out the picture

Sarah Dylan Breuer has written an essay about the “increasing chaos” among breakaway movements within, or just outside of, the Episcopal Church. It serves as a useful counterpoint to The New York Times amusing-were-it- not-damaging portrayal of Saturday’s vote in San Joaquin as “one more step in a carefully planned strategy by conservative Episcopalians in the United States and primates of Anglican provinces, many in the developing world, to unite the conservatives, claim the mantle of Anglicanism and isolate the Episcopal Church.”

The notion that the Episcopal right is marching with one mind, in one pattern, toward one goal would come as news to anyone who is paying attention, including the leaders of the Episcopal right. But the left shouldn’t take too much comfort in that. It is possible to die of a thousand cuts.

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