You can download the October 2015 issue of The Anglican in PDF format.
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This month’s columns:
- Archbishop’s Diary: We must not stand idly by
- Bishop’s Opinion: I’m proud of the work we’re doing
- This tour is not a pretty sight
- Interview: We’ve been able to bring people together
- FaithWorks turns 20 next year
- Reading the Bible: Paul writes to Thessalonians
You can download past issues of The Anglican in PDF format. (You will need Adobe Reader to open the PDFs. If you don’t already have Adobe Reader, you can download it free from the Adobe website.)
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- For Editorial and advertising: Canon Stuart Mann
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