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INTERVIEW: The “devil incarnate” for fundamentalist Anglicans

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  1. 1. The accusation by Mr. Kirker that “There are about 300 bishops who clearly detest gay people so much that they don’t even want to come to a conference where we will be present, even if on the margins,” is a lie. The 300 Bishops who will not be attending Lambeth are boycotting it because the resolutions passed at the previous Lambeth in 1998 have been deliberately disobeyed and ignored by the revisionists. The Arch-Bishop of Canterbury (ABC) is either unable or unwilling to maintain any discipline within the Anglican Communion, and thus has schedule only a lot of talking. ABC will not initiate corrective action to undo the damage inflicted by the current leadership of The Episcopal Church (TEC) and the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC). The revisionists want to talk and talk and talk, until they get there way. Consider the refusal of the revisionists to comply with the rules that they don’t like, and there totalitarianism insistence that everyone submissively comply with the rules that they do like. The revisionists want to talk and talk and talk, until the rules change to their liking. Seeing as the ABC has caved into their demands to do nothing but talk at this upcoming Lambeth, there is no point for the Faithful Bishops to attend.
    2. Mr. Robinson cannot be a Bishop (aka Overseer). 1 Timothy 3:2-4 states “2Now the overseer must be above reproach, the husband of but one wife, temperate, self-controlled, respectable, hospitable, able to teach, 3not given to drunkenness, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, not a lover of money. 4He must manage his own family well and see that his children obey him with proper respect”. Clearly, Mr. Robinson is not the husband of but one wife. He used to be, however he violated Matthew 5:31-33 and divorced his wife. She had never committed marital unfaithfulness, and so Mr. Robinson committed a sin when he sought a divorce for his own desires. Additionally, he was not capable of managing his own family, and is obviously not self-controlled.

  2. AMP is a good example of religious faith being a mental illness!

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