Let's play: Guess who said this?
"We will find a way to sort this out as Anglicans, so we have a common future. But whenever you’re in a badly broken relationship, the first thing you need is space," he said. "If they take away the space of a diocese of being able to choose its own leader, they send a signal that the Episcopal Church intends to move totally contrary to the Anglican Communion."
Need a little more time?
Ready for the answer?
Kendall Harmon in his comments on his blog, titusonenine
I kid you not.
Take a minute to let it sink in and then ...
Help me understand how it makes any sense that the "space of a diocese of being able to choose its own leader" should stop at the border of South Carolina while other dioceses -- let's just start with New Hampshire and Newark for the moment -- don't qualify for the same "space."
This one not only "makes the heart sad" it makes the head spin!