So, the new bishop of Canterbury goes on TV and says he is against (which in the new Rowanised Church of England evidently means the whole church is against) same gender marriage. What is his logic behind his stance? Well, he's agin it because marriage has always been between a man and a woman.
Bishops in the Church of England have always been male. In fact, there is far more in the Bible about women not being allowed to be in positions of authority over men than there are references to homosexuality and Welby is very much a "Bible believing" evangelical. Yet, Welby is also 100% committed to women priests and bishops. I doubt he will have not noticed this inconsistency in his thinking himself. What on earth were they teaching the kids at Eton when Bishop Welby was there? Certainly not logic.
Those of us who spent Williams' reign showing up the magical thinking and lazy reasoning of the reactionaries in the Anglican churches are going to have start all over again. The hole, at head height, in the brick wall next to my computer is, no doubt, going to get a lot bigger over the next fifteen odd years.