Comments: Canadian update

The Canadians should not be suprised, we've been dealing with interstate forays in Australia for years.

Trust God. Be true to God's promises of peace and love. Defend the weak. Uphold righteousness. Dispense justice with mercy and compassion.

All will be as it should be, faith draws up the living sap from the root stock of Jesse.

Posted by Cheryl Va. Clough at Friday, 4 January 2008 at 8:13pm GMT

Theres an an excellent article by Peter Toon on virtue online , showing how the " orthodox" breakaways have the same liberal approach as TEC as regards divorce and re-marriage.

You can bet your bottom dollar ( southern Cone-Canada) have also not restored their marriage canons to pre-liberal purity.

Again and again..this is an appalling witnes to homosexual persons...as it shows this is their only concern as regards sexual morality..whereas genuine conservatives would be concerned with the institution of marriage per se.

The double standard is mind blowing.

Posted by Robert Ian Williams at Saturday, 5 January 2008 at 7:17am GMT

It's not even a concern about sexual immorality.

If it was, then why have so many dioceses in so many countries aided and abetted pedophiles and other sexual predators in their parishes and schools?

It's about trying to deny God's grace to one part of humanity and the implication that grace is therefore withheld from other parts of humanity.

If they accept that grace can even be given to homosexuals, then how do they argue that grace is withheld from others?

The problem with their thinking is that it fundamentally refutes the whole purpose of Jesus' incarnation. Their continual carping on about Eve and the consequences her choice demonstrates that have no intention of implementing God's grace nor acknowledging God's desire for peace and gentleness. Another slap to Jesus, Zion, the Holy Spirit, Cheva, the prophets, the patriarchs and matriarchs, and anyone who has ever loved and worshipped the compassionate redeeming God.

Posted by Cheryl Va. Clough at Saturday, 5 January 2008 at 11:44pm GMT
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