Anglican Bishop and Queen's Chaplain Converts to Catholicism
This story came across my feed today and it seems pretty significant. An Anglican bishop, who complained about reading the Quran from the pulpit (a passage denying the divinity of Christ), throws in the towel on Anglicanism, and is received into the Catholic Church. Is his portrayal of the Anglican Church as losing its handle on orthodoxy (small-o) correct? In what way is he wrong (if he's wrong)? It seems to me that the divinity of Christ is a bit central to Christianity. But is he overreacting to something small that doesn't really signify an abandonment of that doctrine? I value my Anglican brothers' and sisters' thoughts about this bold step.