Nevertheless, the Roman Catholic Church has plodded on in spite of sharing the mantle of Christendom with various assorted Protestant denominations.
Today's Episcopal church has become corrupt in a similar manner to its ancient Godfather in Rome through a fabrication, an addition to the Gospel, or to quote an anonymous Episcopal bishop, a "revelation" of a theology of marriage that blesses same-sex unions as marriage. The Episcopal church's General Convention has become the sole arbiter of scriptural interpretation and a promoter of non-scriptural additions.
The die is cast, and no argument, no matter how convincing, will cause the Episcopal church to repent and reform.
It is probably past time for us to post theses on the doors of our Episcopal churches, but here are some anyway.
1. In the beginning God created them male and female.
2. For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife.
3. Wherefore they are no more two, but one flesh.
4. The bishop who teaches that the union of two males or two females is a blessing from God has created a vision of marriage out of his own experience and has not arrived at this conclusion through study of Holy Scripture.
5. The priest or deacon who teaches that the union of two males or two females is a blessing from God has created a vision of marriage out of his own experience and has not arrived at this conclusion through study of Holy Scripture.
6. Elevating a non-biblical teaching to the level of gospel weakens the authority of the Gospel and creates a false gospel.
7. Promulgation of a false gospel is an action of false teachers.
8. The eternal consequences to the professors of false teaching are to be feared.
9. In the absence of repentance, false teachers should be shunned.
10. In the absence of repentance by the Church, there will occur a new Reformation.