Neuhaus’ Law confirmed again

(HT: Carl Trueman)

The late Fr. Richard John Neuhaus proposed what came to be known as Neuhaus’ Law: “Where orthodoxy is optional, orthodoxy will sooner or later be proscribed.” Over at Reformation21, Liam Goligher shares this tale from the Church of England. Apparently, in the Anglican communion, opposing the ordination of female bishops has gone from optional to proscribed.

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