What is the Anglican Communion Network and when was it created?
Duncan: The network was formed in the fall of 2003, just months after the General Convention of 2003 when the Episcopal Church actually embraced teachings and a pattern of living for the church that was outside the historic way of the church. Its vision is to build … a united Anglicanism in North America. Brumley: How big is the network? Duncan: There are 10 dioceses comprising about 175,000 Episcopalians, and in those 10 dioceses are 650 congregations. Beyond those dioceses are another 350 congregations. Brumley: What is your basic complaint about the Episcopal Church – is it more than the election of [openly gay] Bishop Gene Robinson in 2003? Duncan: It’s far more than that. That’s the symptom, that’s the precipitating factor that caused the break. … The issue is biblical faithfulness. Brumley: Will a new Anglican denomination be formed in North America? Duncan: Something new will emerge. We understand the Lord is taking us someplace he has in mind. … This isn’t our creation or