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In good company.

Dear editor,

As an openly gay Anglican I have again, even though created by God, been referred to as an abomination (Blasphemy, January letters).

I used to get upset with these condemnations until I realized that I am in excellent company. Perhaps letter writer Dan Clark, and those who follow his interpretation, will pay closer attention the next time his bishop or archbishop visits the parish. The same Scripture which is used to condemn me also applies to our leaders. Yes, check out the vestments. Oh, and don't overlook the ACW member enjoying the shrimp ring on the buffet table.

Glen Thompson

Kingston, Ont.
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Title Annotation:LETTERS
Author:Thompson, Glen
Publication:Anglican Journal
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Mar 1, 2007
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