Comments: recent interviews with the PB

Voice of Integrity:

I asked whether, as the once-inclusive Archbishop of Canterbury apparently has been, “Now that you’re Presiding Bishop, have you felt pressured to moderate your position on homosexuality?”
She answered right away, “I think I’ve been pretty clear about what my position is. That’s my position.”

Accurate observation and she's quite right and indeed a voice of integrity in the United States.

I approve of her words too, from the other interview:

...I think the Episcopal church provides a liturgically familiar kind of setting, but with an openness of perspective that insists that people have to come to their own conclusions. The answers of faith aren't going to be provided for you.

Posted by Pluralist at Sunday, 14 January 2007 at 12:33am GMT
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