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If GRAS members say they are without sin . . .

From the Revd Jimmy Hamilton-Brown

Sir, — I write as someone who is convinced that women should become bishops, and therefore I would want to support legislation to allow this to happen.

I cannot, however, accept what the Revd Jane Hedges has to say (News, 16 September), that there really is nothing to fear. “We need to learn to trust each other, and if we act in Christian love, it will ...

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