"Ultimately," she writes, "I support the decision to loosen restrictions on polygamy because families such as the Browns exist who endeavor every day to live kind, healthy lives that are not harmful, not abusive." What's not to support, right?
She also links support for polygamy to support for same-sex blessings:
I also believe there are theoretical reasons why, as a Christian, it makes sense to support healthy polygamous practices. It’s a natural extension for those Christians who support same-sex marriage on theological grounds. But even for those opposed to same-sex marriage, polygamy is documented in the Bible, thereby giving its existence warrant.
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A clergy colleague shared that when he recently attended a children's conference, Episcopalians there offered an extensive defense of polyamory and BDSM. He asked them, "What do I say to my friends to whom we promised same-sex blessings are not a slippery slope?" One Episcopal priest replied, "What's so bad about slippery slopes?"