Progress of equal marriage bill deepens challenge to the Church - The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill was given a third reading in the House of Commons yesterday by 366 to 161, a majority of 205. On the Conservative benc...
Wednesday, 31 March 2010
What's the Recipe?
My piece in the Daily Episcopalian about Michael Poon's latest use for the proposed Anglican Covenant is published. All I'm saying is, here is another person on the rope of a tug of war over the Anglican Covenant and what it is for. Some want it for disciplining, some to exclude inclusive Anglican Churches, he seems to want it for a worldwide Church, others want it only as a means of solving difficult issues by ongoing processes of talk. Does anyone know, then, what they are signing for should there be an Anglican Covenant? What does the thing itself suggest, to give its function?