To be honest, I wasn’t expecting it, but it does seem to be the correct judicial response. If the Supreme Court had over-ruled a referendum of the whole electorate, that would have been majorly controversial. It appears that they have …

Breaking – California Supreme Court upholds Prop 8 Read more »

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Question. What has over 800 legs, 400 brains (some of them covered by the most impressive eyebrows), several purple shirts and yet still can’t come to an agreed mind on the introduction of women bishops. Answer (if you still hadn’t …

Live Blogging Synod Read more »

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Some interesting reflections from Phil Groves, the co-ordinator of the Anglican Communion Listening Process, in response to a piece by Ephraim Radner. Dr Radner then seeks to limit the process of listening. He writes: I suggest a simple goal, one …

Phil Groves on the Listening Process Read more »

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In my previous two posts I have examined the liturgy of the London Gay Union, showing that it is to all intents and purposes a mirror of the BCP Marriage Service, and looked at the theology of the liturgy and …

Gay Wedding – What we should do now Read more »

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