Anglican churches in New Zealand and Australia struggle to find a way forward in spite of vast cultural changes in the perception of LGBT+ persons and moves towards marriage equality and full inclusion
He reminds them that they know how to interpret the signs of the sky – whether it will be a rainy day or a fair one. Why can’t they interpret the signs of the times?
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