“Diversity, NOT Jesus, saves” says Episcopal Bishop

This might seem like an outlandish headline, but we’ve heard this kind of rhetoric before about the Apostle Paul being a sexist or chauvinist. Feminism is alive and well in the Episcopal Church.

George Conger over at Anglican Ink reports:

The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church has denounced the Apostle Paul as mean-spirited and bigoted for having released a slave girl from demonic bondage as reported in Acts 16:16-34 .

In her sermon delivered at All Saints Church in Curaçao in the diocese of Venezuela, Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori condemned those who did not share her views as enemies of the Holy Spirit.

The presiding bishop opened her remarks with an observation on the Dutch slave past. “The history of this place tells some tragic stories about the inability of some to see the beauty in other skin colors or the treasure of cultures they didn’t value or understand,” she said.

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2 Responses to “Diversity, NOT Jesus, saves” says Episcopal Bishop

  1. Kess says:

    I dont think she's woing to enjoy hell very much.

    "Now I urge you, brethren, keep your eye on those who cause dissensions and hindrances contrary to the teaching which you learned, and turn away from them. For such men are slaves, not of our Lord Christ but of their own appetites; and by their smooth and flattering speech they deceive the hearts of the unsuspecting." – Romans 16:17-18


  2. CWise says:

    Okay here's something eerie…. Look at the number of comments on the whole article link provided. They closed comments on it and the number they closed it on was 666.


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