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Letters to AO

EVERY WEEK WE PUBLISH a selection of letters we receive in response to something you've read at Anglicans Online. Stop by and have a look at what other AO readers are thinking.

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Letters from 19 to 25 February 2007

Like all letters to the editor everywhere, these letters are the opinions of the writers and not Anglicans Online. We publish letters that we think will be of interest to our readers, whether we agree with them or not. If you'd like to write a letter of your own, click here.

Aal sorts and conditions of letters are welcome

I have read your editorials for some time now as well as the letters you choose to publish concerning the current crisis facing the Episcopal Church. Don't you think your obvious bias for and embrace of "revisionists theology" prevents this website from presenting a fair discussion of TEC's situation?

It will be interesting to see if you move the Episcopal Church's listing to the "Not in the Communion" section of this website come this September.

Stan Bennett
Grace Lutheran Church
Visalia, California, USA
24 February 2007

(Ed: Actually, we publish virtually every letter we receive, except those that are sent to us privately and marked 'Not for Publication'. As we wrote above, 'we won't publish letters that are anonymous, hateful, illiterate, or otherwise in our judgment do not benefit the readers of Anglicans Online'. We are grateful that we receive very few so categorised.)

Their amazing grace was our inspiration

Just a thank you for the wonderful essay on Wiliam Wilberforce and the Clapham Sect. Not only was it informative it was inspiring. Much appreciated.

Paula Sutcliffe
Cathedral of All Saints, Albany New York
Albany, New York
25 February 2007

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We launched our 'Letters to AO' section on 11 May 2003. All published letters are in our archives.


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