There have been enough disturbing trends in the Anglican world to make me wonder if the Episcopal church could even be loosely considered "Christian", but if this story isn't overblown it may be time to start asking this question about the broader Anglican Union":
The Church of England has broken with tradition dogma by calling for doctors to be allowed to let sick newborn babies die.
Christians have long argued that life should preserved at all costs - but a bishop representing the national church has now sparked controversy by arguing that there are occasions when it is compassionate to leave a severely disabled child to die.
And the Bishop of Southwark, Tom Butler, who is the vice chair of the Church of England's Mission and Public Affairs Council, has also argued that the high financial cost of keeping desperately ill babies alive should be a factor in life or death decisions.
Unbelievable. What part of "Thou shall not kill" did they not understand?