Over at Changing Attitude, a recent blog post caught my eye, not for the coherent argument being made that *technically* the Church of England hasn’t formally made up its mind as to whether its churches can or can’t be use to register Civil Partnerships once the law changes this month. No, what was more interesting . . . → Read More: So Who Performs Same-Sex Blessings?
I’m off to Austria first thing tomorrow morning for my Aunt’s funeral. Please behave whilst I’m away.
Reminds me of something. Can’t quite put my finger on it…
Some great stuff from Dan Phillips on trying to twist what the Bible is actually saying.
To expand on that a little, I have heard this same idea expressed by Christians in many false dichotomies. For instance:
It is more important to be loving than to be orthodox It is more important to be loving than . . . → Read More: Proverbs 21:3 – False Dichotomies
Just in case anybody in London Diocese was in any doubt, Chartres has made it very clear.
The Pope has recently issued an invitation to Anglicans to move into full communion with the See of Rome in the Ordinariate where it is possible to enjoy the “Anglican patrimony” as full members of the Roman Catholic . . . → Read More: Chartres and the Roman Rites