Monday, 30 July 2007

Is sexuality a first-order issue? Invitation to discussion on Anglican Mainstream website

Please note, this refers to Anglican Mainstream, not this website.

1. Does the quarrel about sexual ethics engage with basic doctrines of the Church?
2. To the extent that it does, are the disagreements sufficiently serious as to bring substantive division into the Anglican Communion?
3. or does the imperative of unity in Christ override these disagreements?

Anglican Mainstream website intends to host a discussion of this issue. Contributors are invited to send their contributions ( of not more than 500 words) to It is not guaranteed to post every contribution, but to gather the pro’s and con’s as well expressed as they can be on all sides of this question.

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