David has pointed out the inanity of George Johnson’s piece on Angels and Demons:
“Was Christ similar to God (homoiousios) or of the same substance (homoousios)? Compared with that, the difference between geocentrism and heliocentrism was a pretty big deal.”
This is like saying that the only difference between arson and parson is a trivial little p, and as a consequence it should be of no concern to us whether a man decides to enter the Anglican priesthood or burn down Canterbury Cathedral.
Johnson’s pieces shows the narrowness of an age that believes the only significant disagreements are those that effect consumptive, and especially sexual, freedom. They understand why it matters if homosexuality is a sin or not. They cannot begin to comprehend why it might matter if Christ is the same as God.