What will happen to the Episcopal Church, the ACNA, the Church of England and Global Anglicans in 2020?

Jan 15, 2020 by

by David Virtue, VOL:

The question might fairly be asked what can we expect in the coming year for The Episcopal Church, the Anglican Church in North America, the Church of England and the broader Anglican Communion.

Second Coming predictors and speculators have been notoriously wrong for decades bearing in mind that their sole purpose has been to spare Americans and Brits from the bitter course of persecution thereby demanding the Lord relieve them of the stress and return to rescue them. This abject narcissism, for that is what it is, must be weighed against what Oswald J. Smith once said; “We talk of the Second Coming; half the world has never heard of the first.”

1. The Episcopal Church will continue its Gadarene slide. With no transcendent gospel to proclaim, and focusing strictly on racial, social and political issues with side orders on the latest in sexual stupidity (can we get any lower than trannie operations, girls wanting to be boys and vice versa), there is little doubt that the new crop of bishops among whom can be found more women, people of color, lesbians and homosexuals that this will alter the direction of TEC? Impossible. If that was going to happen it would have happened at the time of the Gene Robinson consecration. It never happened then and won’t in 2020.

2. The Anglican Church in North America, already well over 130,000 strong with over 1,000 parishes will continue to grow. New churches are aborning in the US, Canada and Mexico and there is every indication that they will continue to expand and grow in 2020. If you preach the gospel, call people to faith in Jesus Christ and disciple them, they will grow. No brainer really.

3. And what of the Church of England?

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