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  • 13/01/2018

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

    • Gill Varcoe
    • 13/01/2018
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    Yes, let’s tell the better story.

    • Brian Coogan
    • 13/01/2018
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    What would be sad would be if a man had to lie about his doubts about the traditional interpretation.

      • David Bennett
      • 13/01/2018
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      Or the lack thereof…

      • Brian Coogan
      • 13/01/2018
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      It would be sad if a man had to lie or cover up his own beliefs, if they were beliefs taken from Scripture. Unfortunately that’s the case for many today, sadly.

    • David Bennett
    • 13/01/2018
    Reply

    Or the lack thereof…

    • Brian Coogan
    • 13/01/2018
    Reply

    It would be sad if a man had to lie or cover up his own beliefs, if they were beliefs taken from Scripture. Unfortunately that’s the case for many today, sadly.

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Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker

Yes. Stand with us Archbishop on and under the Word of Christ and your tradition’s authority. The project of the new creation from its denaturalised state under the Law (the Genesis Fall) started when Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, and this involved the restoration of human sexual relationships from their errant ways, to the original purpose of marriage as monogamous, male and female in one flesh, and also, the restoration of covenant belonging and justificatory status by faith for all those outside such a norm (‘the eunuchs’, Isaiah 56). Any Christian is part of the new order, and thus, are in contradiction of the Kingdom if they norm the conditions brought about by the Fall, breaking the witness and work of Jesus in a world that is still defined by de-nature or ‘death’.
Thank you for your comment David Baker