The Sunday Bulletin, Dec 13 2009

Written by Joel on December 13th, 2009

I want to change the publication schedule a bit, and so now here is the news from the last couple of days. I’m moving these posts to Sunday because hey “Sunday Bulletin” just sounds right.

More reaction about newly elected gay bishop. Baltimore Sun includes an interview with the bishop elect, Ekklesia, Beliefnet, NY Times, PBS. See also “Pride and Prejudice in the Episcopal Church” by Andrew Klavan in the Wall Street Journal: “For myself, if the church splits, I neither want to join a communion that defines itself by its opposition to homosexuality nor stay with a group that’s been highjacked by radicals now free to override every church tradition…It’s the right decision at the wrong time, which makes it the wrong decision. Gradualism is the whole method of God.”

The Lutheran Church, ELCA, hosts online town forum. Link

Catholic bishops disapprove of Ohio execution. The Catholic Spirit.

No atheists allowed on city council in NC. From one opponent: “My father was a Baptist minister. I’m a Christian man. I have problems with people who don’t believe in God.”  AP

Church hosts 21-foot tall signing Christmas tree. Billings Gazette


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