Anglican Bishop Defends Gay Sex

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Maybe Albert Mohler needs to have a sit-down with Michael Ingham. The Kentucky-based Anglican Bishop says that Christians need to expand their sexual horizons by admitting that not all sex serves God’s procreative will. Speaking at a conference in Ottawa, Canada, Ingham insisted that we need a new “theology of sexuality”:

If we believe that we are created in the image of God, that we carry in our very selves the icon of God’s own self in our earthly existence, then we must be able to say that our sexuality is not an accident, not a mistake and not simply a tool for the making of babies — presumably God, in his infinite wisdom, could have devised a much less potent and complicated way of regenerating the species if the purpose of sex was simply that.

Amen.