“Not that I'd take personal offense, but that I'd be outraged and horrified that Grisham would insist that the name "episcopalian" would now apply only to a church that has so clearly repudiated the some of the most fundamental biblical tenets.”
“I have never heard anyone ever claim that the episcopalian anglican, congregationalists, presbyterian, and quakers of the revolutionary era were evangelicals.”
“I've also never heard anyone claim that an episcopalian or presbyterian was a deist.”
“Now, I don't know if this is common, or if this is an episcopalian thing (because, to be honest, I'm not even sure what sort of Christianity episcopalian is), but I'm a lot more excited about this than I am about the chapel being Cheeseburger-friendly.”
“I know how much little Cheeseburgs means to me, so I can only imagine how happy a devout and dog-centric episcopalian would be about this news.”
“Here's the story: the Church of the Holy Trinity, episcopalian and located on Manhattan's Upper East Side (88th between 1st and 2nd Ave), welcomes, nay, encourages members to bring their dogs.”
“Do we judge christians by pentecostal standards? or high church episcopalian standards.”
“This dogma is reinforced boldly over at the NCSE where they have managed to coopt the services of Josephine Borgeson, an ordained episcopalian minister.”
“Church" in that context means the broader sense of the term: "the Catholic church" or "the episcopalian church," not "the church at the corner of fifth and main.”
“Many episcopalian bishops can't pull this off in their pink shirts; on this score Jelinek, who seems to wear clerical less often than many seems more humble; he has also been more willing to talk to me when I've been around Seabury.”
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