In world Anglican Communion, which includes the Episcopalian Church here in the U. S., the issue of homosexual clergy has long been a point of contention, but in recent months much of the discussion has coalesced around Bishop Gene Robinson of New Hampshire. The secular press is now beginning to take notice.
In a recent feature article in GQ Andrew Corsello tells the compelling story of Gene Robinson, including his childhood, marriage, and eventual reconcilation with this identity as a gay man. The article makes for compelling reading, and fleshes out the humanity of the man behind so much discussion and disagreement in the church.
Read Corsello’s article in GQ.