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By Diogenes (articles ) | Nov 07, 2007

Amy Welborn) links an interesting series of posts by Will Duquette relating his Catholic childhood, Anglican young adulthood, and recent "reversion" to the Catholic Church. The crisis that resulted in his return to the Church (and in his wife's conversion) had its beginnings in the Gene Robinson gay bishop controversy. But as Duquette tells his story, his return wasn't primarily the result of a negative reaction to Gene Robinson but rather a gradual dissatisfaction with the notion of "biblical orthodoxy" that he (and other devout Anglicans) used to shore up their resistance. Worth a read.

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