Since I reblogged part one in this saga it is only fitting that I reblog the sequel.
Well that was fast. Shortly after the news of World Vision’s decision to redefine marriage and hire same-sex couples, they now have reversed that decision. On one level that is fine and good. I am glad they did it but I am not impressed by it. Consider how it is framed:
- “they made a mistake. . . .”
- we were merely trying to serve the poor but in the process “we failed to be consistent with World Vision U.S.’s commitment to the traditional understanding of Biblical marriage and our own Statement of Faith”
- “We are brokenhearted over the pain and confusion we have caused many of our friends, who saw this decision as a reversal of our strong commitment to Biblical authority. We ask that you understand that this was never the board’s intent.”
- “While World Vision U.S. stands firmly on the biblical view of marriage, we strongly affirm…
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