What the Bishop Didn't Say by S. M. Hutchens

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What the Bishop Didn't Say

An article from a conservative Anglican website, titled "Diversity, not Jesus, saves, says Presiding Bishop," analyzes a recent sermon given by Katharine Jefferts Schori, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. According to the article, the sermon contained an (unsurprising) litany against exclusion of homosexuals, and documented the triumphant movement of history toward the undoing of this evil, as it has others, like industrial slavery.

St. Paul is, once again unsurprisingly, a villain of the piece. "There are some remarkable examples," Bishop Schori is quoted as saying,

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S. M. Hutchens is a Touchstone senior editor.

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