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Letters to AO

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Letters from 21 to 27 July 2008

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.

Help from Oroku Saki?

It might be a good idea for the whole Lambeth conference to have a look at the product you recommend at the end of your editorial. Believe it or not (suspecting I knew what it was), I looked up the product and noted one of the features:

"Features the exclusive Turbo Jam Release button to power through jams."

Definitely! Probably would work on a few vestry meetings as well. One of the better ideas I've seen in recent years for solving some of the difficulties the Anglican Communion is facing.

. . . now, where's that button . . . .?

Robert Frederick
St. Andrew's Episcopal
Panama City, Florida, USA
21 July 2008

Please tell the world about this book

I have often wanted to write to let you know how much I enjoy the well written essays every week with all the relevant links. I did want to let you know that I was surprised that you did not mention an excellent book about the seven martyrs of the Melanesian Brotherhood called In Search of the Lost, written by Richard Carter.

Will you please let your readers know about this book by publishing this letter? Frank Logue (from King of Peace Church in Kingsland, Georgia, USA) wrote quite often of the Melanesian Brotherhood and also about this book.

Thank you again for your thoughtful and insightful writing.

Kay Guest
St. Simon's Episcopal Church
Conyers, Georgia, USA
25 July 2008

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