First gay Anglican bishop reflects on tenure in NH

Dec 30, 2012 Full story: Sunherald.com 21
New Hampshire Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson says he chafed for several years at being branded the first openly gay bishop of the Anglican Church until he realized that he was wasting a pulpit ... Full Story
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“... truth will out.”

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#1 Dec 30, 2012
from Sunherald:

"Robinson said it pained him deeply to be excluded in 2008 from a gathering of Anglican bishops and clergy that occurs every 10 years in England, known as the Lambeth Conference. He said it was the first time since 1867 that a bishop had not been invited ..."

... and for good reason.

“Plays well with others.”

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#2 Dec 30, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
from Sunherald:
"Robinson said it pained him deeply to be excluded in 2008 from a gathering of Anglican bishops and clergy that occurs every 10 years in England, known as the Lambeth Conference. He said it was the first time since 1867 that a bishop had not been invited ..."
... and for good reason.
NO BODY CARES!!!! what you have to say Joe...You are not ONE OF US!

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#5 Dec 30, 2012
That title should read:

"First OPENLY gay Anglican bishop reflects ... "

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#6 Dec 30, 2012
snyper wrote:
That title should read:
"First OPENLY gay Anglican bishop reflects ... "
For sure.

“... truth will out.”

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#7 Dec 31, 2012
Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
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NO BODY CARES!!!! what you have to say Joe...You are not ONE OF US!
Thanks be to God for that, and I don't write for the Sunherald.
Listen to the Word

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#8 Dec 31, 2012
If he advocated the Gospel instead of equality, he would do more good. But TEC has become a political advocacy forum instead of a home for biblical teaching. Hence the strife and losses from the schismatic leaders. The sad part is the leaders from K J-S on down see themselves as the solution instead of the problem.

“Plays well with others.”

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#9 Dec 31, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
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Thanks be to God for that, and I don't write for the Sunherald.
You could not write for a FIRST GRADE Newsletter....you got that right!!!!

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#10 Dec 31, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
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Thanks be to God for that, and I don't write for the Sunherald.
Well,....

Who DO you write for, Joe?

You sue as heck don't write for the Episcopal Church viewpoint!

LOL!!!.....

What a maroon!

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#11 Dec 31, 2012
Listen to the Word wrote:
If he advocated the Gospel instead of equality, he would do more good. But TEC has become a political advocacy forum instead of a home for biblical teaching. Hence the strife and losses from the schismatic leaders. The sad part is the leaders from K J-S on down see themselves as the solution instead of the problem.
LOL!!!.....

Funny comment from One Who Fails to Listen!

“... truth will out.”

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#12 Dec 31, 2012
RevKen wrote:
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Well,....
Who DO you write for, Joe?...
Worthy News, and (twice) for VFW magazine.

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#13 Dec 31, 2012
Listen to the Word wrote:
If he advocated the Gospel instead of equality, he would do more good. But TEC has become a political advocacy forum instead of a home for biblical teaching. Hence the strife and losses from the schismatic leaders. The sad part is the leaders from K J-S on down see themselves as the solution instead of the problem.
If Yeshua is not resurrected within and among ourselves, and the Gospel is not integrated and applied in our lives, what's the point?

“... truth will out.”

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#14 Dec 31, 2012
snyper wrote:
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If Yeshua is not resurrected within and among ourselves, and the Gospel is not integrated and applied in our lives, what's the point?
There isn't any point to your gnosticism.

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#15 Dec 31, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
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There isn't any point to your gnosticism.
Not that inaccurate appellation again!

“... truth will out.”

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#16 Dec 31, 2012
snyper wrote:
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Not that inaccurate appellation again!
"inaccurate"?

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#17 Dec 31, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
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"inaccurate"?
Yep. AND we've been through it all before, so get back on topic of GTFO.

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#18 Jan 1, 2013
snyper wrote:
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If Yeshua is not resurrected within and among ourselves, and the Gospel is not integrated and applied in our lives, what's the point?
You are precisely right. That IS the whole point of the Eucharist. By partaking, remembering and taking up and carrying our own "Cross," we bring His Life and Principle into the world.

Thank you for the reminder.

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#20 Jan 1, 2013
RevKen wrote:
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You are precisely right. That IS the whole point of the Eucharist. By partaking, remembering and taking up and carrying our own "Cross," we bring His Life and Principle into the world.
Thank you for the reminder.
We have a very different Yeshuology and soteriology, my friend. We don't acknowledge the "eucharist" at all, and the path of the "cross" is an invitation to only a few, not the many.

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#22 Jan 1, 2013
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We have a very different Yeshuology and soteriology, my friend. We don't acknowledge the "eucharist" at all, and the path of the "cross" is an invitation to only a few, not the many.
You may not acknowledge the "eucharist." But, you Do recognize His commitment to his friends and fellow Wayfarers.

I have read and heard this singularity in your words.

The Spirit knows why these invitations are given and the Angels stand reasdy to bear one or another up so that the call can be heard. Even so, when I look back upon His ministry, I find His willingness to extend his Blessing to all who would willingly receive it, and there have been and are many.

I continue to work on His behalf.

Rev. Ken

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#23 Jan 1, 2013
RevKen wrote:
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You may not acknowledge the "eucharist." But, you Do recognize His commitment to his friends and fellow Wayfarers.
I have read and heard this singularity in your words.
The Spirit knows why these invitations are given and the Angels stand reasdy to bear one or another up so that the call can be heard. Even so, when I look back upon His ministry, I find His willingness to extend his Blessing to all who would willingly receive it, and there have been and are many.
I continue to work on His behalf.
Rev. Ken
Perhaps. And this would make for an interesting discussion in another venue, certainly.

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#24 Jan 2, 2013
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Perhaps. And this would make for an interesting discussion in another venue, certainly.
Agreed.

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