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Nothing wrong with blowing a trumpet

Christians should publicise their achievements, especially in social action, argues Angus Ritchie

We certainly have an almost supernatural gift as the Church of England for presenting ourselves in the worst possible light in the public eye.

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THIS comment by Dr Williams could have been provoked by many aspects of the Church's life. In fact, it was made in a sermon about Christian social action. Over the past year, we have seen just how badly the Church communicates with the outside world about this. Whatever ...

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