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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 08, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Ed Lavandera) The rift in the American Episcopal Church over the divisive issue of homosexuality featured; scenes shown from the church conference in Dallas; details given of the issues of an openly gay bishop & the blessing of same-sex unions. [American Anglican Council Rev. David ANDERSON†, Rev. Bill ATWOOD†- want spiritual freedom.] The likely split of the Episcopal Church outlined. [Integrity's Rev. Susan RUSSELL†- questions the drawbridge approach to the church.] The theological hierarchy of the US & British parts of the church discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Christ Church of Plano, Texas, Rev. David Roseberry. [From Dallas, ROSEBERRY - talks about the world Anglican family; states the clear, historic teaching of the Bible; perceives the church as an anchor, which is scripture; states it must stand firm.]

Brown, Aaron;
Lavandera, Ed

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