I would posit we can talk about both, this forum can have multiple active threads at one time, the Church can contain many more simultaneous discussions than this forum can. I agree that disagreement on the necessity of the bible for salvation is a more important issue than if Genesis is more allegory than history, but I also think that thread would be much less contentious than you seem to think it would be. The bible contains within it all things necessary for salvation. God's Will is the supreme authority in our lives as Christians, and Scripture is our best mechanism for determining what His Will is (and, to repeat, it contains everything necessary to accurately determine His Will). If Scripture informs us God's Will is contrary to a cultural practice or norm or even law, it is the duty of any Christian to obey God first. Anglicans in Communion with Canterbury may disagree with you on an interpretation (e.g. whether women can be ordained), but that doesn't mean they reject the supremacy of God. I don't think any Anglican would answer "no" to your questions if they were to read them in good faith, no matter what tradition they belong to.