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November 29, 2017

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Jason Goroncy

A lovely reflection, Jim. It reminded me too of the words of another great theologian in whose work that 'crucicentric currency' was everywhere, and found expression in ways reminiscent of both Barth and Julian; and who reminded us that 'What goes deepest to the conscience goes widest to the world'. I speak, of course, of our dear pastor, Mr Forsyth.

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