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ABC on Holocaust Memorial Day

ABC on Holocaust Memorial Day

From the Anglican Communion News Service, a video of the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams speaking about Holocaust Memorial Day. Williams asks who will speak for the stranger, the neighbour, and those in danger?


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Leslie Scoopmire

Do “others” include women and homosexuals?


The phrase, “cognitive disconnect,” comes to mind. While I would not want in any way to diminish the importance of the Shoah, Williams’ messages in recent years, particularly apropos TEC, appear pointed in a very different direction than his message in this post.

Eric Bonetti

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