May 16, 2010
Written by Sue · Filed Under U.S.
7 Responses to “Episcopals Choose Diversity, Not Hate: Openly Lesbian Bishop Ordained”
Gee, let’s see how this works. I can live with a man to whom I’m not married for twenty years, but this is SIN. She can live with a woman for twenty years but it is ? There must be a different Bible this woman is reading. Even if she were to marry her lover, it would still be SIN. Her problem is SIN deep not “SKIN deep” And which spirit is she listening to? It certainly isn’t the Holy Spirit! She needs to be “reconciled” to God and His Holy Word. We are all in trouble America.
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Well as I see it from my perspective of having been an Episcopalian and now Catholic, having gay bishops is nothing new. I guess the difference is lack of hypocrisy. The Anglicans have chosen to declare publicly their sexual orientation and acceptance of gays and lesbians. Traditional Anglicans and Catholics would rather their clergy keep it a secret (Don’t ask, don’t tell.) While I choose to remain a Catholic for other reasons, I do admire the honesty and forthrightness of the Anglicans in ordaining openly gay clergy. It is kind of hard to stomach the “do as I say, not do as I do” behavior of many closeted bishops and priests in both the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church. Gays have no more control over their sexual orientation than the color of their skin. Are they to be excluded like lepers. Jesus was more concerned that we love our neighbor than be obsessed about what the neighbor does in their bedroom.
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