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The Right Reverend Bishop Laish Boyd, newly enthroned Bishop of the Diocese of The Bahamas and The Turks and Caicos Islands, said yesterday that although the Anglican Church in the United States has appointed an "openly gay" bishop, the churches' position on the matter has not changed.
"The position of the Anglican community is that homosexual practice is contrary to the scripture," Bishop Boyd said at a press confence held at the Pro-Cathedral of Christ The King.
Noting that all of the Bishops of the Anglican communion met in England last summer and that view remained the same, he added, "There are all sorts of views out there but this is the Church's position and we have maintained that."
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