Anglican Leader OKs Homosexual Celibate Bishops

The leader of the Anglican Communion recently expressed his support for homosexual bishops as long as they remain celibate. Dr. Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury,  told London’s The Times Magazine on September 25, “There’s no problem about a gay person who’s a bishop,” but added that Scripture does not seem too “postive” about such a bishop having a partner.  Williams acknowledged the division that the issue of homosexuality has brought to his denomination but said the church “doesn’t quite know what to make of it.” While the Anglican church may not know “what to make of” homosexuality and homosexual clergy, God’s Word is extremely clear on the issue—homosexuality is a sin that must be confessed and forsaken.