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In Canterbury for the once-a-decade gathering of Anglican bishops known as the Lambeth Conference, the archbishop of Sudan has called on the Rt. Rev. V. Gene Robinson, the openly gay bishop of New Hampshire, to resign. “Gene Robinson has to be away from the Anglican world and be a normal Christian,” said Archbishop Daniel Deng […]

  • Asinus Gravis

    Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales are considerably more honest and humane and Christian than the over-sexed rabble from Ft. Worth, Sudan, etc. Those self-inflated “guys” cannot keep their eyes on the Gospel, to which the “church” is supposed to be subservient.

    I can’t find any indication that Jesus of Nazareth was homophobic, and certainly his “father” David was very far from homophobic.

    These over-sexed “guys” on the “right” seem more taken with Paul’s closeted, self-loathing, rantings on sexual matters than they do with the Gospel.