Thursday, May 8, 2008

+Gene on "Today"

By Mike Celizic contributor
updated 11:25 a.m. ET, Thurs., May. 8, 2008

Episcopal bishop Gene Robinson knows he is inviting death threats by entering into a civil union with his gay partner on the eve of his church’s biggest ecclesiastical conference. And he says it is worth it, because he is doing what God asks of him.

"When your life is at stake, you learn that there are things in life that are much worse than death," Bishop Robinson told TODAY's Matt Lauer Thursday in New York. "That's the great reward of being a Christian. Not living your life — that's worse than death. And if something were to happen to me, I would know that I am doing what I discern God is calling me to do.

See the video of the entire interview here...

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