The Anglican Church is an apostate denomination. Home to many homosexuals — including The Gospel Coalition’s Sam Allberry — the Anglican Church is known for its affirmation of homosexuality and lack of sound teaching on sexuality.
A prominent gay Anglican priest recently died of a long-term illness he had been suffering from. His gay partner, Richard Coles, another gay Anglican priest, mourned the loss of David Coles on Twitter.
According to Richard Coles’ website, the two homosexuals were living together in “civil partnership’ with their four dachshunds in Northamptonshire. While the two — who lived together in “civil partnership” — claimed to be celibate, according to Coles, it wasn’t because they actually believed in celibacy, but they felt obligated to by the church citing, “the Church of England’s completely ridiculous position [forbidding its clergy to have sex outside heterosexual marriage], which I think is daft and probably wicked, and all but intolerable.”
Of course, anyone with a brain knows that two gay men living together, sharing a last name, and believing that gay celibacy is “wicked” are, well, you know, you can put that together yourself.
Keep in mind that these gay priests are just like the gay Anglican priest continuously promoted by The Gospel Coalition. Living Out — a ministry of Sam Allberry, the gay Anglican priest continuously pushed by The Gospel Coalition and the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission — has advocated for these kinds of “civil partnerships” and even advocated for physical man-to-man intimacy so long as it stops short of actual sex.