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Chalke comes out fighting after EA ejection

Tim Wyatt

by Tim Wyatt

Posted: 09 May 2014 @ 12:36

THE founder of Oasis, the Revd Steve Chalke, has criticised the decision of the Evangelical Alliance to end Oasis's membership, but insists that he does not regret his support for same-sex relationships.

Mr Chalke said on Tuesday that it was "regrettable" the Evangelical Alliance (EA) had ejected Oasis last week after discussions between the two groups for more than a year.

Mr Chalke, who is also the Baptist minister of Oasis Church, Waterloo, in south London, wrote an ...

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