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Gene Robinson reflects on the progress of gay marriage

I can’t believe the progress we have made. If you are anywhere around my age, you could not have dreamt in your growing up that you would see what you have lived to see.”

Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church, speaking to an audience at East Liberty Presbyterian Church. His talk focused on interpretations of biblical passages relating to same-sex relations, with Robinson disputing many in a modern context. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

“I can’t believe the progress we have made. If you are anywhere 
around my age, you could not have dreamt in your growing up that 
you would see what you have lived to see.”
— Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal 
Church, speaking to an audience at East Liberty Presbyterian 
Church. His talk focused on interpretations of biblical passages 
relating to same-sex relations, with Robinson disputing many in 
a modern context. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazett

“I can’t believe the progress we have made. If you are anywhere around my age, you could not have dreamt in your growing up that you would see what you have lived to see.”

 

— Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church, speaking to an audience at East Liberty Presbyterian Church. His talk focused on interpretations of biblical passages relating to same-sex relations, with Robinson disputing many in a modern context. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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Rhuaridh Marr is Metro Weekly's managing editor. He can be reached at rmarr@metroweekly.com.