Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams was selected as a liberal and now he should govern as one

Mary Ann Sieghart, in The Times, writes regarding Rowan Williams’ liberal stance on gay relationships:

. . . Dr Williams concludes that passages describing homosexuality as sinful are referring to promiscuous homosexuality by heterosexuals, rather than committed relationships between two people who are gay by nature.

This is a respectable point for an eminent theologian to argue, and it is a great pity that he has not been brave enough to argue it as Archbishop of Canterbury. Instead he has, if anything, sided with the conservatives. “I find myself personally in a difficult situation,” he admits in the letter, “between the pressures of the clear majority view in my Church [and] my own theological convictions.”

Read full article: Rowan Williams was selected as a liberal and now he should govern as one | Comment: Mary Ann Sieghart – Times Online

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