The Church of England has this week released its Living in Love and Faith resources, addressing the issues of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage and how they all fit within the bigger picture of the gospel.
The Wilberforce Academy’s Ben John reacts to the official Living in Love and Faith trailer, questioning where all of this might lead the Church of England.
This is not just a few liberal churches within the Church of England, this is from the very top. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Justin Welby, is standing right with this and is promoting the acceptance of biblical abhorrent relationships. Along with him is The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell. The Archbishop of York is a senior bishop in the Church of England, and second only to the archbishop of Canterbury. The head and the… as it where deputy head of the Church of England are standing in support of this project. A project that appears to be not only condoning wrong ideas about marriage and sex but designed to move the thinking of the people in the pew toward accepting these lifestyles.
Now the Church of England is not the same as the church in England. But it is representative of the majority of ‘churchgoers’ and has a presence in almost every city, town and village in the land.