Why would Francis appoint someone who is pro-choice to an official position with the Vatican? What does this tell us about how tradition can, and does, change over time? We started here, and then moved on to this article from (we think) Drew Sparks, reading and responding to it in its entirety. Very important discussion once again of Scripture, interpretation, and sufficiency.
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By James White — 6 months ago
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