Last spring, I wrote about a new book, put out by British publisher Darton, Longman, and Todd: Transfaith. The book is a collection of seven experimental liturgies for “transgender” use composed by a Church of England priestess and a former Metropolitan Community Church minister who “retrained” for ministry in the United Reformed Church.
The story is again relevant because the Church of England in early December 2018 approved adapting liturgies to make them “celebratory” in marking “transgender transitions.” What they did is even stranger. Rather than introduce new liturgies per se, the Anglican divines try to bend the Baptismal liturgy to

Praise the Lord