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June 15, 2006

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bls

The worst part is that many of the positions - such as those enumerated above - are just so simplistic and poorly-argued. There's nothing very original or thoughtful there at all; we're terrible in both theology and political philosophy, IMO.

But of course, I simply hate party politics, especially in the Church.

John wilkins

I'm sympathetic to the idea that ECUSA should be very careful when treading into politics. It is fine to hear the stories of Arab Christians and Cuban Episcopalians. On the other hand, there should be some willingness to speak the truth.

But I'm wary about any propositions without a coherent church response. Every resolution should have a program attached to it, otherwise we just reveal our irrelevance.

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