Update on that dual Muslim-Christian moonbat priestess
Recall that story where the Episcopalian priestess said she was both Muslim AND Christian? If not, here's your background. As you know, it is theologically impossible to be both Muslim and Christian. Fortunately, sanity has prevailed, at least for the time being. From Seattlestan's fishwrap:
The Rev. Ann Holmes Redding, a local Episcopal priest who announced she is both Muslim and Christian, will not be able to serve as a priest for a year, according to her bishop.
During that year, Redding is expected to “reflect on the doctrines of the Christian faith, her vocation as a priest, and what I see as the conflicts inherent in professing both Christianity and Islam,” the Rt. Rev. Geralyn Wolf, bishop of the Diocese of Rhode Island, wrote in an e-mail to Episcopal Church leaders.
Redding was ordained more than 20 years ago by the then-bishop of Rhode Island, and it is that diocese that has disciplinary authority over her.
During the next year, Redding “is not to exercise any of the responsibilities and privileges of an Episcopal priest or deacon,” Wolf wrote in her e-mail. Wolf could not be reached for immediate comment.
“I understand that one of my options would be to voluntarily leave the priesthood,” Redding said.
At this moment, though, she is not willing to do that. “The church is going to have to divorce me if it comes to that,” she said. “I’m not going to go willingly.”
There's hope for that church yet.