[...] As each new variant on sexuality arises, so the list grows. But the problem for the Christian community, and the unacknowledged point in the current debate, lies early on, with bisexuality.
Organizations like Changing Attitude are quite clear that they support the aspirations (as they understand them) of lesbian, gay and bisexual people. Yet no-one seems willing to suggest or acknowledge what arrangements might be envisaged, let alone blessed by the Church, for such bisexuals.
Indeed, in their 1991 report Issues in Human Sexuality, the Church of England House of Bishops took the view that bisexual activity would “always be wrong for this reason, if for no other, that it inevitably involves being unfaithful.” The bishops went on to say,
"The Church’s guidance to bisexual Christians is that ... they should follow the way of holiness in either celibacy or abstinence or heterosexual marriage. [...] it can also be that counselling will help the person concerned to discover the truth of their personality and to achieve a degree of inner healing." (5.8)
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