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Inge says Church out of step on same-sex issue

Ed Thornton

by Ed Thornton

Posted: 13 Sep 2013 @ 12:08

THE Bishops of Gloucester and Worcester have called for the Church to acknowledge that it is out of step with society on the issue of homosexuality.

The Bishop of Worcester, Dr John Inge, was reported in Worcester News last Friday as saying that the Church should "reflect deeply" on the Archbishop of Canterbury's comments last month that young people viewed the Church as "wicked" because of its official stance on same-sex relationships ...

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