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?
The game is on!
The group chaired by Sir Joseph Pilling to advise the House of Bishops on the Church of England’s approach to human sexuality has invited submissions. Written submissions can be sent, to arrive by 31 May, to: Sexuality Working Group, c/o Central Secretariat, Church House, Gt Smith Street, London SW1P 3AZ or firstname.lastname@example.org. . . . → Read More: Human Sexuality Group invites Submissions
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