Justin Welby, who is the leader of the global Anglican church, said the comments made by Henry Ndukuba, the archbishop of Nigeria, were unacceptable and dehumanising. His criticism was endorsed by senior Church of England colleagues, including Stephen Cottrell, the archbishop of York, and Sarah Mullally, the bishop of London. This is likened to a yeast that should be urgently and radically expunged and excised lest it affects the whole dough. It is unacceptable. It dehumanises those human beings of whom the statement speaks. He said he had written to Ndukuba to make clear his language was incompatible with the agreed teaching of the Anglican Communion, which condemns homophobia while restating the traditional Christian view of marriage.
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The rejection was a major rebuff to Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who had led a three-year campaign to smooth over the acrid and bitter dispute, which continues to split the Church. Justin Welby had led a three-year campaign to smooth over the acrid and bitter dispute over gay marriage. The Church has been divided over gay rights since , when the Synod voted to reject gay sex as sinful.
Some gay couples have loving, stable and monogamous relationships of "stunning" quality, the Archbishop of Canterbury has acknowledged. But he said he still supported the Church of England's formal opposition to active homosexuality. More than 50 protesters opposed to cuts to public services and changes to housing benefits, labelled the "bedroom tax" by Labour, have gathered outside the cathedral. Police were monitoring the protest as the cathedral prepared to host 2, guests, including religious leaders, Prime Minister David Cameron, and the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.