Here’s what he actually said.
But more recently, questions about human rights have begun to give anxiety to some religious communities who feel that alien cultural standards are somehow being imposed – particularly in regard to inherited views of marriage and family. And so we face the worrying prospect of a gap opening up between . . . → Read More: Rowan on Same-Sex Marriage
Who’s have thought? Time for an #I’mwithBiggins campaign?
An interesting comment in the previous thread looking at these issues from the experience of South Africa which has had a unified marriage law for quite a few years.
First our context. Gay marriage was legalised in South Africa through the Civil Union Act 2006, which was passed by Parliament in response to a Constitutional . . . → Read More: Same-Sex Marriage affecting Other-Sex Marriage
News today of the launch of a new campaign in response to the Government’s soon to be announced consultation on same-sex marriage. Coalition for Marriage is headlined by former Archbishop George Carey, the former Lord Chancellor Lord Mackay, seven cross party MPs and four currently serving Diocesan Bishops. I would expect the key names on . . . → Read More: Coalition for Marriage