All Saints church groups reach an agreement, begin healing
Two local church groups that have disagreed for almost 10 years have recently come to an agreement, finally settling a long legal and emotional battle.
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#1 Mar 31, 2010
So let's compare. In Pawley's Island, the Anglican group wins the trial and they win in the SC Supreme Court. The Anglicans nevertheless agrees to give to those who decide to remain in TEC some $375,000 as well as some of the personal property of the church that is/was their common heritage. Now - in how many circumstances where the still Episcopalian remaining congregation won the court battel did they do anything ceven remotely omparable? I think I know the answer. NONE! Wonder why that is?
#2 Mar 31, 2010
Here is a perfect example that show the difference between a Christian response to separation and how TEO deals with it.
“... truth will out.”
Since: May 08
#3 Mar 31, 2010
I've posted numerous stories on this forum abt how Lutherans and Presbyterians went out of their way so as not to repeat the Episcopal property litigations; TEC has unwitingly become an example for the entire body of Christ as how not to treat its members.
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