Tuesday, November 4, 2003
If you're interested in following the responses to current crisis in the ECUSA and the worldwide Anglican Communion, be sure to add Kendall Harmon's blog to your news reading. Dr Harmon is canon theologian for the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina; associate rector, Christ-St Paul's Parish, Yonges Island, SC; and editor of The Anglican Digest. He and David Bena, Bishop Suffragan of the Diocese of Albany, were the two American Anglican Council representatives sent to New Hampshire over the weekend, according to the AAC press release, "to provide support for New Hampshire Episcopalians grieved by the actions of their diocese and to also stand with them in opposition to the consecration" of Gene Robinson.
I was especially interested to see his post, "Forty Theses on the Future of Anglican Witness in the United States" by Peter Moore, Dean and President of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA.
(I found Kendall Harmon's blog via Clifton Healy's blog, which I found via Ryan Davidson's blog.)
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