Anglicanism (sometimes also known as Episcopalianism) is one of the major branches of the Protestant Reformation and is a form of Christianity that includes features of both Protestantism and Roman Catholicism. It is loosely organized in the Anglican Communion of religious bodies originating from the Church of England and recognizing the Archbishop of Canterbury as its clerical head.
As is the case with many other churches, political correctness has become a de facto norm in the Church of England, causing many opposed to politicised religion to stop attending church.
- Archbishop allows freemason to be bishop
- Diversity, not Jesus, saves says Presiding Bishop
- Homosexual priest to 'marry' Nigerian male model
- One third of clergy do not believe in the Resurrection
- The Jewish ethnic roots of Anglican Canon and left-wing media star Giles Fraser
- Was Jesus gay? Probably