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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

philorthodox: The APA Statement on the Vatican Announcement

philorthodox: The APA Statement on the Vatican Announcement

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This reflects the Romewardizing-angle of the Anglican Province in America (APA). Walter Grunsdorf, their Bishop, a man without a graduate degree, a baccalaureate graduate from a fundamentalist outfit---Bob Jones University--reflects on how this offer is the "fruit of 100 years of prayer."

Quite chaotically, the Reformed Episcopal Church pushed for a "merger" with the APA at one point.

We're not surprised by this announcement at all.

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