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From: "Virginia Beck" <>
Subject: Re: Church of Ireland?
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2000 19:06:27 -0700
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Excuse a wee comment from one who has little knowledge of these things, but
a lot of the conflict seems to result from a disagreement about the
hierarchy of the religious organization rather than a difference in the
actual religious beliefs .
Thanks to you both, I have learned a lot from your discussions, and
appreciate the exchanges. Virginia
> > Technically it is the Anglican Communion, which includes the Episcopal
> > Church in America. (who incidentally got the consecration for their
> > Bishop from the non juring Scottish Episcopal Church)
> > Edward Andrews
> Very fair, Edward, very fair. Keep that up and you'll get to be an
> But more seriously, the upheavals in the three kingdoms over the past
> centuries have been, as you have admirably pointed out, driven much more
> politics and politicians (including religious politicians of whom there
> still a few too many in the North of Ireland today) than by religious
> differences themselves.
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