Back in June, I expressed concern about the draft ACNA Book of Common Prayer reducing the filioque of the Nicene Creed to a footnote. I noted that greater unity with our Orthodox friends motivated the draft but that I thought it a step too far that would harm overall Christian unity more than help it as unhappiness at the time was indicating. I instead advocated retaining the filioque but in parentheses.
Well, the working ACNA BCP has been released. And I am glad to see the revised BCP does just that. Kudos to those overseeing the process for this wise decision.
The ACNA BCP is now a working document subject to input and revision. So I intend to do my part and look it over and comment. I may post some comments here.