Mmm, I see now. From a technical level, Anglican is probably incomplete, not exactly incorrect (though as FJ doesn't allow BMS, it's distinction without difference...however "Church" should similarly be just as wrong but is not, so there's that to factor in) but in J! canon, C of E and Anglican are treated as synonyms:twelvefootboy wrote: ↑Sun Apr 04, 2021 12:20 amI was going off econgator's post. I don't know if we can have a definitive answer, but will change my vote if the council declares Anglican Church is OK .Volante wrote: ↑Sun Apr 04, 2021 12:05 amWait, when did we decide Anglican was wrong? C of E and Anglican, AFAIK, are essentially synonymous and C of E is good so Anglican should be too.twelvefootboy wrote: ↑Sat Apr 03, 2021 11:56 pm
Saw the Hanks movie just last year and had no idea Mary Poppins was a children's book and couldn't remember the author. I actually learned the Supercali...word and antidis... word from my cousin that summer (maybe) showing off his city smarts. I did know that the antidis word was church related, but negged on "Anglican Church".econgator wrote: ↑Thu Apr 01, 2021 9:08 pmWell, if you look at the wiki article on this guy, here's what it says with regards to this specific clue: not a thing.
And if you look at the articles on the Church in Wales and the Welsh Church Act of 1914 (which is what did the disestablishing), you'll find this guys name exactly zero times. So, quite honestly, I have no clue what it was he was against disestablishing.
That being said, it looks like this was about the Church in Wales disestablishing from the Church of England. Both of were to remain -- and still are -- Anglican. So, to throw "Anglican" in there is, I think, to add incorrect information.
The compass rose, which contains the cross of St. George, symbolizes this church's communion
(Bobby: What is the Episcopal Church?)
(Alex: In the United States, the Episcopal Church; in England, the Church of England or the Anglican Church.) (Episcopal was ruled correct)
And more recently, Anglican Church was accepted for this clue:
At York Minster in 2015, Libby Lane was consecrated as this church's first female bishop
But she's specifically the first C of E female bishop; other Anglican branches ordained women as bishops earlier (e.g., Australia, 2008; Ireland, 2013)