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An update on the tomorrow strand from yesterday -

Eddie Mair | 09:38 UK time, Tuesday, 11 September 2007

Chris sends these photos to accompany tonight's follow up - it's the new bishop back at his parish in Virginia, All Saints Dale City...
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Comments

  1. At 10:17 AM on 11 Sep 2007, David McNickle wrote:

    Phew, before rereading, I thought you said Christ sent the photos.

  2. At 10:24 AM on 11 Sep 2007, Joe Palooka wrote:

    That crook looks familiar.

  3. At 10:31 AM on 11 Sep 2007, Stewart M wrote:

    I note a few evangelical corkscrews in the congregation :-)

  4. At 11:33 AM on 11 Sep 2007, Vyle Hernia wrote:

    (2) - and a lot of non-evangelical candles too.

  5. At 01:31 PM on 11 Sep 2007, Stewart M wrote:

    I do feel that the Chism in the Anglican communion is widening.

    Homosexuality has never been embraced by the Church but has always been a part of the Church.

    Christianity is meant to be a religion that accepts everyone. I suppose the difficulty the the anglican communion has is it can't now find a common middle ground that the anti-gay bunch are happy with.

  6. At 02:58 PM on 11 Sep 2007, David McNickle wrote:

    The Dean of our Cathedral in St Albans is gay and we are quite happy to have him here after Reading turned him down as Bishop.

  7. At 03:40 PM on 11 Sep 2007, Vyle Hernia wrote:

    "Christianity is meant to be a religion that accepts everyone." (5 at present)

    Christianity is not meant to be a religion, but it is a way of life that accepts anyone who repents. When a branch of the Church doesn't even expect its leaders to repent, it is in dire straits.

    Some years ago there was a big debate about women priests. Many who opposed that idea left the C of E, with the result that it was left with a much greater % majority in favour than before.
    The Anglican Communion doesn't work quite the same way, but similar results could happen on an issue which is much more clear-cut Biblically than the ordination of women.

  8. At 09:53 PM on 12 Sep 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Vyle (7), that's what I hate about many religions -- always trying to get people to repent; even those who haven't done anything that requires it.

  9. At 10:11 PM on 12 Sep 2007, Chris Ghoti wrote:

    Appers @ 8, I couldn't agree more!

    Have you also noticed the way that the holier-than-thou squad never seem to want you to give up something *they* need to give up, but only things they don't themselves want to do in the first place?

    Bah, or words to that effect.

  10. At 06:38 PM on 13 Sep 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Mr Fish (9), Indeed I have. Double bah.

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