The central issue with that is that we can’t let definition be left up to SELF-definition. It can’t be left up to you to say what your nature is. The criteria have to be objective and external to you. You can’t decide to call yourself an Anglican, but rather the labels must be applied to you from existing criteria of meaning. If you pass those criteria, then you are, and if not then not. You either are a man, or you’re not. You can’t just decide to call yourself that. You either are a Christian or an Anglican, or not. It’s not up to you to decide the matter. This is how Anglicanism and those who are a part of it have always been defined, from the beginning of the Church in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. Wrong again. By your self-made invented definition, children can’t be Christians, and neither can be the very elderly or the disabled. I would recommend some basic catechesis my friend, instead of resorting to inventing your own beliefs wholesale out of your own head.