N. T. Wright on Reform's covenant

N. T. Wright is no friend of the Episcopal Church, or of gay Christians. His lengthy critique of the covenant recently released by the English evangelical group Reform can be read as a sign of the deep divisions on the Anglican Right between those who want to force provinces (and people) accepting of gay Christians out of the Communion immediately, and those who want to let the slowly unfolding covenat process do that job for them.

Yeah, I know, Wright keeps saying he is not on the right. I keep saying I am not bald, but it hasn't caused me to grow hair.

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