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Responding to petitions filed by homosexual activists with India’s Supreme Court, the federal government told the court ‘the legal recognition of marriage is for heterosexual relationships’ only.
The archbishop added that he hopes these changes would demonstrate that the Church of England believes that all Christians, especially those with same-sex attraction, are welcome and valued in the Body of Christ.
The Church has no such authority because a blessing is a sacramental.
In a January 9, 2018 decision, the Inter-American Court on Human Rights ruled that Costa Rica must legalize gay marriage.
The statement from Anglican leaders of 37 countries censured the U.S. branch for departing from the church’s traditional teaching of marriage ‘as between a man and a woman in faithful, lifelong union.’
…despite what you may have seen on social media lately.
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