The author writes:
A lot of nice Episcopalians are wondering why it's worse to elect gays as bishops than target them for genocide. Even those that find gays embarrassing don't usually want to kill them, or report them to the police. Some of us know most of the politics behind all this, but are still incredulous. There's a fine line between diplomacy and hypocrisy; the Archbishop of Canterbury has crossed it, holding hand high as he dashes over the finish line.
Click here to read the whole essay. No wonder the Archbishop of Canterbury isn't considered a moral leader for our world in our time.
Deep thanks to Ann for finding this essay. Read it!