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After Dromantine

George R. Sumner

The besetting problem of our epoch is relativism. In Anglicanism, this plays itself out as reticence about any kind of doctrinal definition, so that neither Scripture, creeds, nor church can make any strong claims on us. For all its moderation, qualification, and minimalism, the Windsor Report dares to commit an act of judgment. In so doing it points a way forward for a truly global Anglican polity. Anglicanism, precisely because it does not have a Roman-style magisterium, must be conservative about doctrinal innovation.

 
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