Wednesday, May 9, 2018

By Deleting 'Husband and Wife,' Episcopal Church Will Delete More Members

From CBN-

Despite losing more than a half million church members since 1980, the Episcopal Church in the U.S. has decided to alienate more.

In a move to become even more "gay-friendly," the church is removing the terms "husband" and "wife" from its marriage ceremony and replacing it with "the union of two people."   The London Telegraph says it will also replace "the section which talks about part of God's intention for marriage being 'for the procreation of children' with the phrase 'for the gift of children' to make it more relevant for same-sex couples who may wish to adopt."

An Anglican (British) LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) group that wanted the change,  said, "No one is attracted to a group of Christians who profess the love of Christ but seem incapable of recognizing it in the loving, committed relationships of two people."

That's a strange thing to say when the numbers show that a lot more people are attracted to churches that stand on the Word of God and refuse to become tools of the LGBT movement.

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