From the Revd Richard Haggis
Sir, - When they hoped it might wreck the Civil Partnerships Bill,
a number of leading Anglicans supported an amendment in the House
of Lords extending civil partnerships to non-gay couples. This was
to "defend marriage".
Now, the Church of England is opposed to such an
amendment to the equal-marriage legislation, also to "defend
marriage". Is the hierarchy of the C of E really pro-marriage, or
just anti-gay? And is it big enough to acknowledge the truth?
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