Yes! Wait a minute, NO!

It’s a good way to have a timeout and provide an opportunity for Ann to continue to teach …

Redding said she didn’t feel a need to reconcile all the differences between the two faiths but felt that at the most basic level, they are compatible.

She believes she has not violated any of her baptismal or ordination vows. And “since entering Islam,” she said, “I have been, by my own estimation, a better teacher, a better preacher and a better Christian.”

Hat Tip: Episcopal priest or Muslim?
original article:Episcopal priest or Muslim? Redding will have a year to think about it

Ann Redding still doesn’t get it, and apparently neither does her bishop (not the RI one), Vincent Warner.

Quote 1: Teach? Teach where? Teach what? She had better not be teaching any seminarians or anyone else in a Christian church (for the sake of argument, I maintain that the Episcopal Church is Christian, although there is far too much room for doubt)!

Quote 2: No need to reconcile? Jesus says: “I am the way , the truth, and the life. No one gets to the Father but through me.” John 14:6 The Koran (The Holy Qur’an) states that Jesus was only a prophet, but that Muhammad was the greatest and last prophet (please correct me if I’m wrong). Seems irreconcilable to me.

Quote 3: Better Christian? Hmmm, let’s see, the Apostle’s Creed, The Nicene Creed, um, oh, yeah, THE BIBLE.

I am amazed that someone in the Episcopal Church put a stop to this, for the moment. But I hold no hope that it will last.

Drivers of the Episcopal Church, start your engines! Go, straight down the apostate freeway!