From The Christian Institute
The Archbishop of Canterbury says the Church needs to face up to the sexual revolution and develop a teaching programme for its schools.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Justin Welby has approached the gay rights group, Stonewall, for help.
Archbishop Welby insists the Church is not changing its beliefs about sexual ethics, but must accept an overwhelming change in cultural attitudes.
He said: “The cultural and political ground is changing. There is a revolution.
“Anyone who listened, as I did, to much of the Same Sex Marriage Bill Second Reading Debate in the House of Lords could not fail to be struck by the overwhelming change of cultural hinterland.”
He added: “We may or may not like it but we must accept that there is a revolution in the area of sexuality.”
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