“Thinking in isolation and with pride ends in being an idiot.” --G.K. Chesterton
OMGOSH! THAT'S AWFUL! *gags*He thinks God is calling him to this position. It would be different, in my mind, if he admitted to being attracted to men but did NOT have any relations with men ... that wouldn't be a problem with me. What IS a problem is that he has a "life partner" who is male. This implies that he has relations with this male and they cannot possibly have been married. I don't even think the Episcopal Church has gay "marriage" yet! I am DISGUSTED. But then again ... this is what happens when a Church is founded upon divorce. Sexual morality is the first thing out the window. *grumbles*
Good point, Joe. It did all start over a king seeking divorce so that he could marry his mistress. There is always room at 'the table' for our Episcopalian brothers and sisters. Many have been coming home to the Church for years due to the unorthodoxy and ever-changing views of the Episcopal Church in the U.S.
I've always suspected that the New Testament was written by a bunch of homosexuals, so it's no surprise to me.
cgb said:I've always suspected that the New Testament was written by a bunch of homosexuals, so it's no surprise to me.May 14, 2008 9:46 AMHi CGB, God bless you! :)Your suspicions are wrong, I'm afraid. The Holy Spirit inspired the writers of the books contained in the New Testament. To silence your suspicion once and for all is to be on the path toward eternal Salvation. May the Love and Peace of the Lord Jesus Christ enter your heart. By his stripes, we are healed.KellyP.S. The Episcopalian/Anglican Church did not write the Bible. ;)
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