Just to be clear, I classify traditional Anglicanism as a Protestant Catholic-Orthodox church. And what I mean by that is that traditional Anglicanism worships correctly and teaches the apostolic faith, and emerged, like the Hussites, Lutheranism, and Calvinism, in response to incompetence on the part of the Roman church. But you need not fear that Anglicanism is as “narrow minded” as I am; Anglicanism has a reputation, even traditional Anglicanism, for being a broad church, and this is something I appreciate. And you will find charismatics in Anglicanism and people who support Pentecostals. You will also find other people with very different perspectives. You should not base your opinions of Anglicanism or even traditional Anglicanism based on your interactions with myself, Stalwart or anyone else here, because we are just individuals, on the Internet. In my case I am a member of the Orthodox Church who regards Anglicanism as compatible and wants to work to support traditional Anglicans in the hope of achieving the communion that nearly happened a century ago. But that also means my perspective is going to be extremely high church, more high church than that of most members of an Anglican church (note that I have been a member of the Episcopal Church, and since I never renounced my membership, they probably still count me as a member, owing to their desperation to conceal congregational losses). I was certainly the most high church person at that Episcopal church. But I try not to be holier than thou. By high church, I simply mean that I prefer a form of Anglicanism that has an extremely rich and elaborate ceremonial, but I do respect low church Anglicans of the traditional variety as well. The only groups of Anglicans I tend not to get along with are the informal, aliturgical sort, who do not use the BCP or traditional music; I believe Holy Trinity So please do not base your opinions of Anglicanism on me! ~ You basically have to understand that I view all non-liturgical worship as wrong; I have grave concerns about practices such as those we discussed above, which are based in part on the opinions of the Orthodox community (which by the way, is not cessationist); I expect most Anglicans would be more tolerant of non-liturgical churches and more tolerant of Pentecostalism. One final thing: I want you to know my apology to you was unqualified and unreserved. I did not mean to cause you personal offense. Conversely, it is my belief that Pentecostalism and Charismatic Christianity is fundamentally wrong, and I feel that I would be lying to myself and acting disingenuously if I revised such an opinion simply because some people might take extreme exception to it. But I do have friends who are members of such churches. For that matter, one of my best friends is unfortunately, a Mormon. And a late friend of mine, from Burkina Faso, who died in 2015, I was the best man at his wedding in 2008, and he was of the Islamic persuasion, although not particularly devout (and I did not participate in any religious aspect of the service).