By JO MOIR
April 5, 2014
The Anglican Church could disintegrate as a result of differences over the blessing and ordination of gays, according to one of the options it is considering.
Ten options are being considered by a church commission to deal with the differing views over same-sex relationships - of which one would see the end of the church as it currently exists.
The commission, chaired by former governor-general Sir Anand Satyanand, was set up two years ago to "listen, read, discuss, and provide a description of possible options for a way forward".
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