In the correspondance, there's one little point made by the Archbishop that didn't garner much attention.
As reported on "Wales Online"
In his correspondence with Dr Pitt, Dr Williams wrote of his regret that the acceptance or otherwise of homosexuality had become “very much politicised” and was treated by many as “the sole or primary marker of Christian orthodoxy”.
What say you good readers? Is this true? Has the acceptance or rejection of same-sex blessings become the fault line that has become the single test of where one stands with respect to the historic faith?