Williams: No Gay Sex For Anglicans

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Anglican leaders are currently in England hammering out their differences. And those differences are immense.

While some Western representatives support gay inclusion, others aren’t feeling so welcoming. This, of course, puts spiritual leader Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, in an awkward position. Thus, hoping to keep the international communion from crumbling, Williams yesterday came out against homo sex:

The Archbishop of Canterbury has continued his quest for Anglican unity with a strong statement against living in sin and gay sex.

Dr Williams said: “I do not believe that sex outside marriage is as God purposes it.”

And he said he remained “committed” to the Church’s official stance against gay sex, which aims to preserve Biblical norms.

Williams also dismissed rumors of an Anglican schism, saying, “If it is the end of the Anglican Communion I do not think anyone has told most of the people here.”