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The Bishop's Voice: Selected Essays, 1979-1999

by John Shelby Spong

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for THE PEOPLE OF THE DIOCESE OF NEWARK where the "signs of the Kingdom" are always arising and renewing our lives in wonderful and diverse ways
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She is eighty-six years old and weighs only seventy-three pounds.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0824518772, Paperback)

For twenty years, Episcopal Bishop John Spong, wrote a monthly column in his diocesan newspaper, The Voice. Throughout the years, he used the paper as a pulpit for his progressive views about faith, dogma, tradition, and human rights. Compiled and edited by his daughter, Christine, this collection serves as an excellent introduction to Spong's breathtaking breadth of interest and capability as one of the century's leading voices for religious and human inclusivity.

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