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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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The problem for Anglicans is that they cannot agree on how to interpret the Bible, and therefore they arrive at very different views on a number of moral issues.
For conservative Anglicans, the Bible is clearly opposed to homosexuality. Liberals say that Jesus was silent on the issue.
What is clear is that the debate over sexuality is not going to be over soon, but in the meantime African Anglicans are seizing the initiative and creating new branches of their churches inside the United States.
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Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal Archbishop of Canterbury Anglican Provinces Church of Uganda Episcopal Church (TEC) TEC Conflicts Lambeth 2008 Sexuality Debate (in Anglican Communion)
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