Day: October 28, 2015

Should a hymn writer’s scandals warrant the banning of a hymn?

In a guest post on the blog Law & Religion UK, 27 October 2015, Michael Ainsworth raises the question over whether the Church should continue to use hymns when their writers have been discovered to have created scandals or committed crimes: The Diocese of Chichester’s settlement to an unnamed child abuse victim, over 60 years ago, …

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