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Next Bishop of Guildford named

by Tim Wyatt

Posted: 03 Oct 2014 @ 12:25

THE Bishop-designate of Guildford, the Rt Revd Andrew Watson, has echoed the Archbishop of Canterbury's call for the Church to work with Muslims to counter radicalisation and the appeal of jihadism.

Bishop Watson, who is currently Suffragan Bishop of Aston, in the diocese of Birmingham, said last Friday, the day his nomination was announced, that Christians should engage with the issue of radicalisation of Muslims. "On the ground, one of the questions is whether people are listening ...

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