I like Irish folk music but not the fiddle being played by the Church of Ireland.
This is clever. By subscribing and not adopting the Covenant, they don't have to take two years over it with two third majorities. All they need do is have a single motion in a single synod. Subscribing means adopting by lesser means, a looser adoption, to presumably meet the objections of those who would not adopt it. Really? But it would be subscribing to the Covenant, like Churches subscribe to the Creeds, like the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland does not subscribe or adopt the Creeds.
What a fiddle. Hey, this subscribing method could be adopted by lots of Anglican Churches to continue the one way tactics these bishops are pursuing to desperately get this thing on the books. What a cheat and what a sham.
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