For the first time since 1860 a diocese of the Episcopal Church has seceded from the national body. The vote came Saturday as delegates to the annual convention of the Diocese of San Joaquin in central California voted 173 to 22 to remove all mention of the Episcopal Church USA from its ruling documents. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler explains why the split is occurring, what happens next, and what it means for Christians everywhere.
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