[quote="Nine_Two, post:17, topic:277379"]
That the Anglican Church is in bad shape is objective truth. The archbishop even gave it as one of his reasons in the article that was quoted.
That the Anglican Church was also in bad shape 10 years ago is again, objective truth, again it is mentioned in the article.
That the the situation within the Anglican Church will only continue to worsen unless something major is done seems - at least to me - to logically flow from these two facts. Generally speaking if things are bad, and over a ten year period only get worse, then without change one can predict with not-so-stunning accuracy, that things will get even worse.
So tell me, what part of my post was so objectionable?
As a former Anglican, whose family is Anglican, I've never met an Anglican who thought everything was swell.
Things are in bad shape and we are in desperate need of prayer. As more and more conservative Anglicans leave the Anglican Communion; and more and more liberals enter the Anglican Communion; it's disturbing to imagine what the communion will look like even after a few more years.