The Anglican Church is gearing up for the next round of battles over homosexuality as the debate moves from gay bishops to gay marriage. Conservatives and Progressives are squaring off, and one of the most interesting aspects is how this is not only a debate between conservatives and progressives, but between the Anglicans in the developing South and the Northern establishment. The Anglicans in the South are, for the most part, Evangelical Bible believers, and they are locking horns with the progressive Ivy league Oxbridge liberal establishment. The real divide, however is not between conservative and progressive or between liberal and Evangelical or between North and South, but between two fundamentally different understandings of Christianity itself. Read more.