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The Kikuyu affair

January 2nd, 1914.

THE interest in the questions raised by the Bishop of Zanzibar's Letter [100 Years Ago, 6 December 2013] is unmistakeable, and the daily press is not slow to take advantage of it in a slack season. Elsewhere we have felt compelled to deal with some letters that have been published. In this place we will do no more than say this. It is quite reasonable to say that the Church of England has been, in this unexpected way, brought to a position of crisis, but it is not for anyone to affirm that ...

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Thu 18 Sep 14 @ 13:05
RT @tswyattOld St Paul's Episcopal Church, in the heart of Edinburgh, is open for prayer on referendum day, but no-one is here. http://t.co/eg9adVZp0M

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RT @tswyattPriest whose church hall is a polling station told me he wasn't taking sides but just urging Christians to take part and vote.