Two reports today concerning the intolerance of so-called inclusive ideologies.
Primary school teachers 'could face sack' for refusing to promote gay marriage - from The Telegraph [here]
"Liz Truss, an education minister, refused to rule out the possibility that teachers, even in faith schools, could face disciplinary action for objecting on grounds of conscience.It's curious how the metropolitan liberal-left (of which, curiously, the present British Conservative-led Government seems now to be fully a part - and they wonder why hardly anyone turns up to vote) has shifted its position on this one. It's not that long ago that they considered any discussion of marriage in schools to be unfairly discriminating against single parent families... not, of course, that the children of our politicians attend those kind of (state) schools to begin with.
Miss Truss said simply that it was impossible to know what the impact of the legislation would be at this stage.
Her admission came in a letter to a fellow Conservative MP, David Burrowes, last month...."
The Diocese of South Carolina leaves the Episcopal Church - forced out by the increasingly mad and out- of- control forces of authoritarian revisionism that make up the leadership of the provinces of the Anglican Communion once known in happier days as (P)ECUSA....
Reports here from the Diocese's website
And a video of Bishop Mark Lawrence's speech from Anglican TV below
Interestingly, South Carolina is not an Anglo-Catholic diocese in the Fort Worth mold, but more moderately evangelical or just classically 'low church' in British terms; they even ordain women; but refusal to play the liberal game is enough, it seems...