Pittsburgh Bishop Is Ousted – NYTimes.com

by Sep 19, 2008Homosexuality, Uncategorized0 comments

Picked this up from the New York Times, an AP story.

Bishop Duncan, who led the Pittsburgh diocese for 11 years, is a leader in a national network of theological conservatives who are breaking away from the liberal denomination in a dispute over Scripture.

[From National Briefing – Religion – Pittsburgh Bishop Is Ousted – NYTimes.com]

They got it right! I’m impressed! The battle is over Scripture, not homosexuality. The latter is distinctly secondary to the former. At least that’s how it should be! I’m afraid not all participants in the debate have this clear.

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