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Global Anglican Future Conference and the interpretation of scripture

From the Bishop of Saskatchewan
Sir, — It has been observed that Canadians are like vichyssoise — half French, cold, and hard to stir. So I was surprised to find myself cheering as I read the Bishop of Durham’s article (Comment, 25 January) on the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON), despite his bluntness with our friends who are organising it.

I know I am not alone in feeling both ...

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