Comments: civil partnerships: changes to church law

Nothing unusual here. The CofE is an established church, and it isn't in the business of defying the law made by Parliament.

Posted by Merseymike at Saturday, 13 August 2005 at 1:06am BST

Jawohl, mein Gruppenoberfuehrer, ve are only following orders. /click heels

Posted by Martin Hambrook at Saturday, 13 August 2005 at 4:11pm BST

I don't know what everyone is afraid of. No one is suggesting that the CofE be forced into anything. I also think it is about time the CofE looked to change its outdated ideas on a number of issues. Unless we still intend to take all of the bible litterally. In which case I'm off to chuck my cockles in the bin.

Posted by RAE at Thursday, 18 August 2005 at 11:08am BST, Martin. We elected our Government. And the civil partnership Bill had the support of all three major party leaders.

It is not for the Church to defy democratic government. Thats not the way we work here.

Posted by Merseymike at Sunday, 21 August 2005 at 3:54pm BST
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