Archbishop Of Canterbury Argues He Will Love Attending The Gay Wedding Of His Son

Archbishop Of Canterbury Argues He Will Love Attending The Gay Wedding Of His Son

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby has revealed that he would not have any personal problem attending the gay wedding of his son should he (the Archbishop) only be invited.

Addressing his views on homosexuality and the Church, Justin Welby argued that he finds nothing unusual about same-sex relationships and that he would never judge his son's sexuality but rather love him no matter what his (his son's) sexuality is. Asked of how he would answer to his son's sexuality, the outspoken Archbishop explained he would firmly support him (his son).

The Church over the years has been met with a divisive argument over the issue of gay marriages. Even though Pope Francis remains committed to the fight against homophobia, his advocacy seem not to be going along with several Anglican conservatives as they argue gay marriage is a clear dereliction of the holy union of marriage originally intended for a man and woman.

 

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