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Dear editor,

Re: Your editor's note in the September issue staring that you would not cover the Essentials gathering. Well, one way to ensure only one side of a debate gets aired is to refuse to cover the other side. Surely there exists among your staff one person who doesn't believe in adultery, fornication or homosexual union.

The bottom line is that the Anglican Church of Canada is headed towards irrelevancy because it continues to lose members at an alarming rate. Rather than water down our beliefs--the approach of the last 30-odd years--why not stand up, rejoice and sing the praises of Jesus loudly and clearly? That is the only way we will rebuild our membership and successfully bring forth the message of Jesus to Canadians.

James Cowan

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Title Annotation:Letters
Author:Cowan, James
Publication:Anglican Journal
Article Type:Letter to the Editor
Date:Oct 1, 2004
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