“I would say to the MP [David Bahati, mover of the bill]; sexual preferences are a private matter.”
Day: January 25, 2012
Is this something we can expect to see more of, or is it something that’s already happened without our having heard?
“I believe God wants more Jonahs—honest, reluctant souls who, when kicked often enough, maybe even thrown up occasionally, will answer the call to stand up and say that God is ‘gracious and merciful, slow to anger, abounding in steadfast love, and ready to relent from punishing.'”
If you could advertise your church on the side of a school bus, what would you say?
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas engaged in deep conversation before deciding to bless same-gender relationships. In this video, members of the congregation reflect on their process and their decision.
Rt. Rev. Wallace Benn, Suffragan Bishop of Lewes on the south coast of England, has apparently withdrawn his prior endorsement of a controversial book advocating marital rape.
by Donald Schell My colleague Rick Fabian took a questioning hymn title, African Gospel song that speaks one hope for present moment and whatever follows it – “God welcomes all, strangers and friends, God’s love is strong and it never ends.” Just what do Episcopalians mean by “salvation?” A lot of different things, of course. […]
I’m afraid in the world of spreading The Good News In Christ, the institutional church in the past century, has been too complacent to “kick for one”–and the result is declining membership in the mainline denominations.