Muslims won't buy gay bishops
As if he didn't have enough trouble within his own Anglican communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury is now finding himself unwelcome on the interfaith-dialogue circuit as well.
Islamic scholars are willing to sit down and talk with infidels, but not with infidels who appoint openly homosexual bishops.
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