Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Williams says that despite the political characterizations of the crisis, the debate "is not essentially a debate about the human rights of homosexual people," but one more fundamental about what it means to be Christian and Anglican.
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Williams supports a proposal that those who support blessing active homosexuality should leave the Anglican Communion. He suggests they are forming a separate church that, while sharing historical and personal ties with Anglicanism, is no longer "talking the same language" as the Anglican Communion.
I'm not all doom and gloom. This is good news.