By David W. Virtue
June 8, 2010

Predicting the future is risky, dangerous and, many might think, futile. Many surprises will be in store for the Anglican Communion. We don’t know what surprises tomorrow will bring. It is foolish to pretend that we do.

The Anglican Communion is in a state of paralysis with a deeply conflicted Archbishop of Canterbury and a Covenant that provinces like New Zealand and Canada as well as liberals in the U.S. believe will not draw or hold the Communion together. The trend towards entropy continues.

The following trends can be detected even as a majority of the Global South provinces say they are in either impaired or broken communion with the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada.

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