Goodness me. I do seem to have problems getting this across to you. I am quite prepared to accept different opinions. What I'm trying to say is that part of the Anglican Communion which is the Church of England is traditionally very tolerant. I like the fact that it does not insist on its own way, but is genuinely tolerant of other religious beliefs and none. And that it is mature enough to recognise doubt. It tolerates creationists and anti-feminists. There are, of course, exceptions: our clergy are not allowed to be members of the far right British National Party.