The Feb. 7 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers. This edition features extensive reports on, and an editorial in response to, the Anglican Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury.

The editorial says, in part:

[Anglicans] remain unable to articulate and defend the basis of our faith and order beyond what Archbishop [Rowan] Williams called the consensus of the moment. That being so, the next natural question is: How long will the consensus hold? But the deeper and more difficult, essential question is: Why should this, or any, consensus be maintained? On what grounds?

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