US bishops face legal action from Episcopal church
Two senior Anglican bishops are facing legal actions from their own church in the US.
In Pennsylvania, the liberal diocesan bishop Charles Bennison has been suspended by the Primate, Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, while accusations that he concealed a relativeâ€™s abuse of a teenage girl are investigated.
And in Pittsburgh, the conservative diocesan bishop Bob Duncan has been warned that he could face disciplinary procedures under Canon Law over proposals that his diocese seccede from the wider pro-gay Episcopal Church.
Both actions have stunned Episcopalians, who have been left in no doubt that their leader, a formidable woman who was formerly a marine biologist, is determined to take whatever steps necessary, both to stamp out abuse and also to maintain unity....
It is high time for the bible-believing remnant in the Episcopal and Anglican churches to leave that doomed and sinking ship of fools. Heed God's warning to all believers remaining in apostate churches: "Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues..." Revelation 18:4