"Healing this upsetting diversity of sexuality within the church leadership [i.e. ordination of gay bishops] will some day be reviewed by historians as odd and with some bewilderment. Looking back at our history ... there have been many differences in church opinions such as the sacrosanct day of Sunday, elimination of slavery, the stoning of prostitutes ...". "Historically, it seems all churches wrestle with their view of morality, social mores and biblical interpretations. The attendees [of Lambeth 2008] at least tried for a solution but other members who boycotted the Lambeth Conference are guilty of not trying to keep the fellowship of the faith intact. Eventually, the leaders of the Anglican Communion will find a solution, even though the question of ordination of bishops and priests with a different sexual lifestyle may be compromised. It is hoped this church family can remain together".