What role does the British monarch play as leader of the Church of England? Furthermore, how has this role changed over time?
Just last week in the UK, the Church of England voted on the concept of having women bishops (who would then be eligible for appointment to the House of Lords, but that's not relevant.) They voted ...
I have been asked to be a godparent to my nephew. However, I'm not a Christian. In a Church of England ceremony, what exactly is asked of the godparents?
Does the Church of England generally consider the Genesis creation account (first couple of chapters) more metaphor than literal history?