Religion: Addled Egg

What the doctrines of the Church of England are is a question which has embattled Anglicans from the time of Queen Elizabeth to a decade ago, when revision of the Book of Common Prayer was fought out in the House of Commons. That the Established Church is weary of controversy, that it would like to think of itself as an institution in which believers of various sorts might find themselves at home seemed evident last week in a 242-page report on Doctrine in the Church of England, product of 15 years of work...

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