UN-ANGLICAN – ‘Un-Scripted’ (Clown-time)

If anyone (including Anglicans) would like a good laugh to liven their COVID-infected existence, perhaps they could tune in to this linked episode of quasi-Anglican gossip rejoicing in the title ‘Anglican Un-scripted’, although – consisting largely of unflattering comments about the official world-wide ACC (Anglican Communion centred around the Founding Province of Canterbury) – it cannot claim to truly represent the authentic Anglican Churches of the Communion. It certainly merits the title ‘unscripted’. After all, who would want to claim to have actually written the sometimes-egregious material presented by the two comedic characters involved?

Their tiresome, and often hilarious claims back the agenda of the reactionary ACNA and GAFCON groups invite an audience who might appreciate their peculiar sense of humour; a quality common to conservative fundamentalists, who seek to denigrate and gratuitously criticise the Archbishop of Canterbury and the majority of Anglican Bishops loyal to him who will be present at the forthcoming Lambeth Conference. (GAFCON/ACNA has declared its disaffection with the A.C.C., raising up rival quasi-Anglican Churches like ACNA in North America)

Free speech is O.K. But when it purports to represent an Anglican point of view, it needs more balance.

About kiwianglo

Retired Anglican priest, living in Christchurch, New Zealand. Ardent supporter of LGBT Community, and blogger on 'Thinking Anglicans UK' site. Theology: liberal, Anglo-Catholic & traditional. regarding each person as a unique expression of Christ, and therefore lovable.
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