See on Scoop.it – Church and Religion One effect of the failure to vote for Women Bishops yesterday is to bring a whole load of other subjects relating to the Church of England to the fore, in particular the relationship
between Church and State, and the place of the Bishops in the House of Lords. That the state Church is allowed to ignore equality law has also been highlighted. This article is a good read calling for things to change as a result of the vote. See on www.guardian.co.uk
See on Scoop.it – Church and Religion A good “Where do we go from here?” article from Alan Wilson, Bishop of Buckingham, as the Church of England comes to terms with the result of the Women Bishops vote in Synod. See on www.guardian.co.uk
See on Scoop.it – Church and Religion Andrew Brown has written one of the best of the comment pieces on the vote on Women Bishops in Synod yesterday – he certainly doesn’t pull his punches, and calls out the conservatives and traditionalists on some of the things they were saying from the podium. Well worth a read. See on www.guardian.co.uk
Thoughts from, and the lives of a Canadian and a Brit living in Southern England.