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by John Pridmore

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UNTIL he was deprived of his see at one minute past midnight on 20 September 2008, the Rt Revd Robert Duncan was Bishop of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Much to Bishop Dun­can’s chagrin, Dr Rowan Williams is still Archbishop of Canterbury.

The two have little in common, apart from their Mephistophelean eyebrows. Bishop Duncan has told us that “the Lord is displacing the Episcopal Church.” (How nice it must be to know what God is ...

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