Modern culture trumps the Bible, says new Christian leader
Wants to avoid ‘damage’ of believers rejecting sexual free-for-all
When the Church of England recently announced Stephen Cottrell as the next Archbishop of York, eyebrows were raised.
The U.K.’s Christian Institute, for example, pointed to his view that the Bible must yield to the “cultural beliefs” of contemporary society on matters of sexual behavior.
At a meeting of church officials, Cottrell called for a “radical new Christian inclusion.”