Gene Robinson’s got claws. The gay Anglican bishop gave the movement’s leader, Rowan Williams of Canterbury a bit of slap yesterday when discussing Williams’ spinelessness when dealing with anti-gay Anglicans: “I believe [William’s] unwillingness to confront Peter Akinola and others like him who’ve made statements that I think any reasonable person would find over the edge – I believe God is very disappointed in that.” God offered no comment. [PA]
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I wonder why all, gay or straight, so called “holy men” think they have to speak for their god. They claim he is all powerful. If their was one, wouldn’t you think he could speak for himself as he supposedly did to Moses with a voice booming from the sky. Moses would be locked up in a mental institution today for hearing voices.
Easy Charley – he said HE believes, not that he is God’s personal press secretary. And his beliefs are based on what we supposedly know about God – eg. Love your neighbor as yourself. Almost all religions at least give lip service to that idea.
I am a card carrying athesit, and anytime any religion is mentioned, I am like a siamese fighting fish turning colors.
I understand Robinson, having been raised an Episcopalian and being an acolyte my puberty years. I just never believed it, but Robinson did and made a career out of it. For the same amount of time and money in college, he could be a medical doctor, and an atheist doctor helping those in the group, Doctors Beyond Borders. Really doing something constructive to ease the suffering in humanity.
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