Last week, Rachel Held Evans posted a piece on CNN about religious convictions, especially related to gay marriage, that used the Biblical story of the apostle Peter and the Roman centurion Cornelius as an example of how to be inclusive. Our very own Derek Rishmawy has posted a response on Mere Orthodoxy that, while appreciative of Evans’ overall point, nevertheless pushes back against Evans’ exegesis of that particular Biblical story.
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