Al Mohler records what appears, at least to my outsider eyes, to be worrying times for the Church of England.
The Rt Rev Stephen Lowe, the former Bishop of Hulme and the newly appointed Bishop of Urban Life and Faith, said: "Both the Bishop of Rochester's reported comments and the synod private members' motion show no sensitivity to the need for good inter-faith relations. Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs are learning to respect one another's paths to God and to live in harmony. This demand for the evangelisation of people of other faiths contributes nothing to our communities."
HT Bish, who's second paragraph pretty much sums up my feelings about the CofE, probably because like in many other areas, he thought of them first, and i simply misappropriated them!
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