In today’s edition of The Times, Ruth Gledhill argues that Anglicans should come to a compromise agreement about homosexuality. Gledhill writes, “In other words, the infighting over homosexuality means that for the 77 million Anglicans worldwide, more important than the Resurrection, the Crucifixion, the Virgin Birth and the Trinity is what one person does in bed with another.” On today’s program, Dr. Mohler argues that this is not a subject about which Christians can compromise. While the culture may attempt to give direction to the church, the church’s only source of true authority for her life and doctrine is the Word of God.
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