I heard via the grapevine that the new honcho at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, encountered much opposition from the faculty when he proposed a module on the 39 Articles. Apparently they had not had so much as a mention in years.
This suggests to me that conservative Anglicans are not conservative. At the very least they are not proper Anglicans if they disrespect their own teaching.
I hear that the Anglican Mission in England has been launched. It is meant for orthodox members of the CoE. What does orthodoxy mean today? Is it orthodoxy proper, or orthodoxy according to some other criteria? Are there any groups here in England who actually believe the 39 Articles in practice, not just in theory or on paper?
If you belong to such a group, please drop me a line.