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Singapore: centre of a movement

South East Asia is the hub of the Anglican Global South, argues Graham Kings

‘It may prove to be the key point of balance in the creative tension’

The Global South Anglican movement (GSA) is clearly significant in the Anglican Communion today. Three key figures are based in Singapore, which, in many ways, has become its intellectual centre. All three are conservative on issues of sexuality. The movement, however, is concerned with a wider range of subjects, such as social action and economic empowerment.

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