Nove 13, 2007
Lay Episcopalians for the Anglican Communion, LEAC, is having a conference on November 20-21 in
But what good is a cadre without a nifty emblem to wear on your bombardier jacket? Just in time LEAC has provided one, suitable for each new cadre member to wear so that we can tell the good guys from the bad.
It's lightening bolts reminds me a bit of the emblem for the Stratigic Air Command.Lightening bolts have been part of other emblems as well. Lightening quick swords, etc, ought to make us all just a bit watchful.
I have heard almost nothing about this event since it was first announced, billed by LEAC as “‘BEST EVER’ EVENT FOR SURVIVAL OF ROBUST U.S. ANGLICANISM” and “The Right Stuff for the
The propositions driving this conference assume the worse about lay people in the Episcopal Church – that they are lazy, ignorant or just uninterested – and condemn the Episcopal Church. LEAC states:
“Without effective education in the parishes, illuminating the grave schism from true faith by radical revisionists, many of the “The Middle 80%” will innocently be taken from Anglicanism, virtually trapped in the hold as hierarchical leaders sail off to a non-Christian spiritual destination.” And,
“It probably is already too late for educational initiatives to reach more than half of the nation’s Episcopalians or half of the parishes, but the faithful true believers owe, as a matter of Christian accountability, to do the best we can. Every soul we save from non-Christian poison is a victory for Jesus.”
Well, these are grim doings. Drastic measures for drastic times, or so they say. If the cadres are marching will the thought police be far behind?