What is evangelical Anglicanism? Is it, in actual fact, a contradiction in terms? If evangelical is all about 'sola scriptura' etc but the Church of England is about scripture, tradition and reason, then how do the two sit together? How far is the Bible divinely inspired or inerrant? What about when one church's inerrancy is not the same as another church's or in other words their interpretations differ, yet both think that they have it right? If the Bible is authoritive but I use my reason to interpret it and look at the way it has been interpreted over time and I come to an opinion, then that opinion is going to differ to someone else's. All things need testing, I suppose. How?
Whose hermenuetics are hot and whose are not, or am I just losing the plot?
(Thinking provoked by the coverage of the potential split in the Kirk and from reading Molly Aley's latest blogpost.)