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Gay minister receives standing ovation at last service

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  1. What wonderful news, Scott; you must be very proud to be feted by so many and they should be proud to have had you in their midst.
    Every good wish to you and your partner with your move to Aberdeen.
    Do, please, keep up the good work – I’m sure you won’t preach about a Gay lifestyle all the time, but i’m sure you’re proud enough not to push it behind you, where many of your critics would like it to be!
    You’re a wonderful example to all Gay Christians.
    Cheers!

  2. Brian Burton 30 Jun 2009, 4:31pm

    barry,
    I must echo your praise for this remarkable man Scott Rennie. I was on holiday in Scotland when they had the ‘Big’ meeting about Scott. I can tell you, at the time I was on tender-hooks. Then when the vote went Scotts way, I was Cock-A-Hoop! Common sence prevailed, the decenters vanquished. As an unashamed, Gay Christian, I followed Scott Rennie’s case closley and prayed for him too. I would think he will continue his Ministry in an ordinary manner, as I attend my Church in an ordinary manner. People at our Church Know me and my Partner are Gay. They never question it (And why should they) they just accept it.

  3. John M.J. 2 Jul 2009, 5:02am

    You’re quite right barry and Brian – but let’s just sit back and watch as the hating, so-called (probably false) Christians, jump on this bandwagon and derail the whole process of Christ’s operative love in this world.

  4. Brian Burton 2 Jul 2009, 6:26pm

    John M.J.
    A little faith goes a long way. Where as pessimim means failure!

  5. Brian Burton 4 Jul 2009, 12:00pm

    Behold, I stand at the door and knock.
    If any one hears my voice and opens the door.
    I will come join them, and will dine with them,
    And they with me.
    You don’t have to be a Dr. of Divinity to realize what’s being asked of you….? A little neighbourliness goes a long way.

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