Because, err, each Church is in the business of moralizing about people's behaviour
Well I think everyone can agree that is a given, what else would people expect them to do ffs ?
What I don't understand is why some people have a problem with that ?
After all, people are giving other people advise on what they should do, say, and think, everyday - so where's the problem ?
David Cameron moralises to me everyday. Telling me what to do and how to think. I don't agree with him. But I deal with that by simply not voting for his party at election time.
If people are unhappy with what a certain church is saying, solve that little conundrum by not going to church.
I don't agree that I should bow towards Mecca and pray 5 times a day, so that when I die, I can enter Paradise. I deal with that by not going to my local mosque. I don't agree that I should walk around all day with a turban in my head. I deal with that by not going to my local Sheikh temple. Where exactly is the problem ?
What other people say, do, and think, is their business and their business alone. So why all the interfering busy-bodies ? Bit of a cheek I reckon. As I've said previously, I couldn't give a toss whether or not the Church of Scotland allows gay ministers, although I can understand C of S members might be bothered. Can't imagine all those who have give their opinions are C of S members though