ANGLICANISM, PART 2
Being Anglican is not the same as being Catholic, or Methodist, or Presbyterian. Anglicanism was never meant to become a denomination. It was a way of being that sought to acknowledge God as the Supreme Creator of the world, and humanity as his creation. When Anglicanism first came into existence, it was a movement that sought to reconcile Almighty God with his creation. Catholicism had begun to shift control over human actions and beliefs to the Catholic Pope. Anglicans insisted that only God should have power and authority to decide between differing factions and diverse opinions. The Anglican movement recognized the Supremacy of God, the changing nature of human interactions, and the power and authority of God to always be the reconciler, the judge, and the ruler of his creation. Anglicans stood on the side of God.
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