Saturday, July 26, 2008

Uh oh . . . it ain't over til it's over

From the Anglican Journal:

. . . Bishop [Katharine] Jefferts Schori [of The Episcopal Church] said the conference has enabled her and other American bishops to deepen relationships and explain actions by the Episcopal Church on various issues. “Face to face conversation is the way to go. It’s the way Jesus worked; Jesus didn’t use the Internet. He met 12 people face to face, he taught, he lived and ate with them,” she said.

She said discussions around sexuality are still “at an early stage” in the conference. “We’ve not focused on those issues yet, either in Bible study or indaba groups; that’s scheduled for next week.”. . .

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