The European Parliament takes on the Church of Nigeria

It seems that just about everyone who is not a either a Primate of the Anglican Communion, or a member of Bishop Martyn Minns’ convocation on the Potomac is at least a little bit unsettled by the fact that the Church of Nigeria is advocating human rights violations.

The resolutions that the European Parliament will consider tomorrow on this issue are here, here, here, here, here and here. (Thanks, Simon.)

At the risk of becoming tedious: The Archbishop of Nigeria, who believes that gay people should be put in prison for holding hands, is dictating the Anglican Communion’s policies on same-sex relationships, and the only people who don’t seem to find this outrageous are the other leaders of the Anglican Communion.

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