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Christian Left gains attention following interment of Matthew Shepard at Washington National Cathedral

“Robinson’s words, like Curry’s, offer a vision of a religious tradition that marries a commitment to fight social injustice with a theologically robust account of why that fight is so important. For Robinson and Curry alike, a commitment to inclusion and justice isn’t just part of political progressivism, but part of the Christian message itself.”

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‘Forgiving the unforgivable’ interfaith conference hosted speakers Bishop Gene Robinson and vision keeper Audri Scott Williams

A local paper reported on the four-day event held at Williams College, where Bishop Gene Robinson spoke about forgiving his enemies, and the danger in seeking revenge.

From the article:

“I would sum up that decade of being bishop with the most important learning from that whole decade. What I learned was: no matter how badly someone treats me, it does not relieve me of my responsibility to treat them like a child of God,” Robinson said, noting all the hostility he endured […]

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Gene Robinson on the state of LGBT rights

Photo: AP/Rick Bowmer


Gene Robinson, the recently retired Bishop of New Hampshire, address the victories in the struggle for LGBT rights, while acknowledging the discrimination that still exists.

From The Daily Beast:

In 14 of those states in which a gay or lesbian person is allowed to marry the person they love, one can get married on Sunday and be fired from his or her job on Monday morning—for the simple reason of being gay, with no employment protection or recourse in the courts.

Robinson’s […]

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