Today’s Gospel of Inclusion comes from the diocese of Los Angeles.
Praise to thee, semi-inclusive one.
In a ringing defense of an openly gay bishop and same-sex unions, Los Angeles Episcopal Bishop J. Jon Bruno declared here Saturday that the Episcopal Church is “a roomy house” for all, and warned that those who leave would be leaving “the presence of God.” . . .
“If we withdraw our participation in the community, then we withdraw from the presence of God,” Bruno told a thousand clergy and lay delegates. “It is the community that joins us together in common worship.”
This is the Gospel of Inclusion.
Glory to thee, purveyor of political power.
[More examples of the Episcopal Gospel of Inclusion can be found here.]