Looking over the Voice of the Faithful� (VOTF) web site I am surprised not to see any statement on the current Episcopal conference. You would think that they would praise this clergy/lay conference as a model to imitate. This conference couldn’t be more democratic and inclusive and would seem to be the standard as to which they would aim. Now of course their decisions are extremely flawed and will continue that way in the future, but so what; they have a high clergy/faithful interaction and decision making process.
It is obvious why VOTF� would not praise this conference, yet at the same time they still don’t see the ultimate path of their own advocacy. They are like every group that proposes a failed ideology. They refuse to learn from history but are convinced that if given the chance that they would do it right.
>>They refuse to learn from history but are convinced that if given the chance that they would do it right.
Yes, and I could quarterback the Steelers to the Superbowl� this year… just give me the chance and I’ll prove it!
Heh. Voice of the Mirror is what they should be called 🙂