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The Church of England Blesses Same-Sex Couples: Father Calvin Robinson Interview

March 09, 2023
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In today’s episode, Becket talks with Anglican deacon about his recent speech at Oxford Union regarding homosexuality. In his stunning 12-minute speech, he lays out the biblical sexual ethic and condemns the Church of England for her recent decision to “bless same-sex couples.” We talk about the powerful points he makes in his speech and its fallout, and why the Church of England is careening toward apostasy. We also look at the response from the Anglican Global South Communion and its statement that they are “no longer able to recognize the present Archbishop of Canterbury as the first among equals leader of the global communion.

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Becket Cook was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He attended Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. After graduating from college, Becket moved to Los Angeles. He worked as a production designer with the top photographers and directors in the world on fashion shoots for magazines such as Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, and for ad campaigns such as Gap, L'Oréal Paris, and Nike.

Becket lived as a gay man his entire adult life until he came to faith in Christ in 2009. He has lived all over the world in major cities such as Rome, Vienna, and Tokyo, and spends much of his time in ministry, speaking at churches, universities.

Becket graduated from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University in 2017 with a Master of Arts in Theology. His book, A Change of Affection: A Gay Man's Incredible Story of Redemption, with a foreword by Francis Chan, published by Thomas Nelson, released July 30, 2019.
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