A Timeline of the Path of the Episcopal Church: A New Online “Wiki”
Tuesday, January 30, 2007 • 6:05 pm
Andy Figueroa has created a concise, useful timeline of how ECUSA has “walked apart”.
Many Episcopalians ask me and others how they can communicate to Beloved Moderates about the serious challenges facing the Episcopal church. This timeline, developed by Andy Figueroa, is very helpful in chronicling ECUSA’s path over the past 40 years, and includes links to original sources.
It is an awesome resource.
Better still, it functions as an online “Wiki”, allowing registered users to contribute by editing pages, or submitting more content by creating new pages.
Check out the timeline here. Then print and pass it on to friends! And if you’re interested, register to add more helpful content.
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