In The Christian Challenge (July Issue) The Rev. Samuel L. Edwards writes,
The result, when it came, was a textbook illustration of Fr. Richard John Neuhaus’ dictum that "Where orthodoxy is optional, orthodoxy will sooner or later be proscribed."
In a startling turn against previous assurances given to traditionalists, the Church of England’s General Synod, meeting in York, voted decisively July 7 to draft legislation permitting female bishops with no genuine safeguards for members of the state church who do not accept that women can be bishops in the succession of the Apostles, a position still held by most of the Christian world.
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