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Communion Connections: Web of Mutuality or Fragmentation?

Communion Connections: Web of Mutuality or Fragmentation? by Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne 'Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable web of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects us all indirectly'. Martin Luther King wrote these words in a letter from jail in Birmingham, […]


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Can the State 'Redefine' Social Institutions?

Can the State 'Redefine' Social Institutions? by Jonathan Chaplin As the argument over gay marriage begins to generate heat if not yet light it is evident that a fundamental question in the debate is going to be whether it is within the moral authority of the state to “redefine” something like marriage at all. While […]


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Should we Redefine Marriage?

Should we Redefine Marriage? By Andrew Goddard Recognising the Cultural Terrain Over 185,000 people have already signed the Coalition for Marriage (C4M) petition which states “I support the legal definition of marriage which is the voluntary union for life of one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others. I oppose any attempt […]


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Transcript of BBC Radio 4 Sunday Programme, 11 March 2012: Discussion on the Anglican Communion

Transcript of BBC Radio 4 Sunday Programme, 11 March 2012 Discussion on the Anglican Communion, audio clip here Interviewer: Ed Stourton Interviewees: Dairmaid MacCulloch, Graham Kings Stourton The Anglican Covenant was Rowan Williams’s big idea for securing unity of the worldwide Anglican Communion after the row over the American church’s decision to appoint a gay […]


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The Body of Christ or A Body Bag of Parts?

The Body of Christ or A Body Bag of Parts? A speech given to Hereford Diocesan Synod By Simon Cawdell I stand before you this morning as a passionate supporter of the Anglican Communion its life, its diversity and the riches contained within it that we share. The links we share with our partner dioceses […]


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