But the fact that the ABS has decided to adopt such a statement after functioning for years without one does make this development noteworthy. May grew up in southeast England, the daughter of a Church of England vicar at a time when much of the nation was, by default, Anglican. Albans Cathedral , has made no secret of his own homosexuality, and is in a civil partnership with another priest, a relationship he says is celibate. He has also made clear his support for same-sex marriage. In January , the Rev.
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E arlier this month, Sojourners, the Washington-based magazine of an evangelical Christian movement distinguished by its primarily progressive political outlook, rejected an advertisement suggesting that Christians refrain from open rudeness toward gays and lesbians who attend their churches. The magazine did not "take sides" on controversial issues, a spokesman explained in what would be the first of many attempts by Jim Wallis, the founder and editor of Sojourners, his staff and supporters to rationalise the rejection. Sojourners' decision was a windfall for Believe Out Loud , the pro-LGBT Christian organisation, garnering the advertisement attention in excess of the magazine's middling circulation. But the rejection of so mild a political message, by a magazine whose editor has laboured mightily to establish himself as the face of the religious left, has sparked recrimination and soul searching among progressive people of faith in the US. Jim Wallis's supporters, who are more liberal than conservative, believe he has had a knack for creating a safe space in which religious leaders who hold divergent views on issues rooted in sexuality can make common cause against hunger, poverty and war. His detractors believe that his is largely a ministry based on media attention, painting him as a skilful straddler and self-promoter, who convenes gatherings of less politically savvy religious leaders, and then emerges as their spokesman.
Long-time evangelical Left leader Jim Wallis, founder and CEO of Sojourners, has changed his position on government recognition of same-sex marriage. He announced his support in a Friday interview with The Huffington Post. Wallis said he is worried about the decline of marriage and wants to strengthen it, but believes that same-sex couples should be included in that endeavor.
James E. Wallis Jr. He is best known as the founder and editor of Sojourners magazine and as the founder of the Washington, D. Wallis is well known for his advocacy on issues of peace and social justice. Although Wallis actively eschews political labels, he describes himself as an evangelical and is often associated with the evangelical left and the wider Christian left.
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