I am a bit stuck. A journalist wants to interview me for an article on the state of the church and LGBT people. Now, I would love to tell my story. I would love to shed some light on the growth that has been made. But I also would love to point out where things have fallen short.
It is this second point that causes the dilemma. If I truthfully (or at least the truth as I see it) am I slitting my throat? They said that I can use a pseudonym, but considering Nic is also going to be in the article, it will be pretty easy to figure out who is speaking.
Yet, when the National Church makes a proclamation, but allows the local bishops to counter this proclamation, what does this say to the world? Where are the courage of ones convictions?
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