How effective can a church based on a Constantian understanding of the relationship between faith and State be in a nation founded by people who were forced to leave their homes because they rejected that understanding?
Seems to me that something has had to change. Does that change effect the way that the Episcopal Church is viewed by other parts of the Anglican Communion?
And maybe this is why there has been such a deep affinity between the Russian Orthodox and the Anglican Church. We are both formed out of a Constatinian world view.
Just off the top of my head I can’t see how it can’t. But I need to think a bit more about this.