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“It is too short to tell” - closing address by Abp John Chew

23. April 2010

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“It is too short to tell” - closing address by Abp John Chew

Let me speak in two parts. Firstly, a couple of closing words to end this Encounter. Let me give you some insights on the ‘behind the scenes” challenges in organizing this Conference. The original intent was to host this Encounter in England. Even up to August last year, this was our intent. I still remember that when the...

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Training key to Asian growth - Sydney interviews Abp John Chew

24. October 2006

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Archbishop Chew was special guest speaker at the Synod Mission Hour last night where he stressed the importance of home grown theological education in South East Asia as the key to Christianity’s continued growth in the region. Archbishop Chew is also Secretary of the Global South Leadership team, a partnership of the theologically...

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Some points of clarification on the Kigali Meeting and Communique - Archbishop John Chew

26. September 2006

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Anglicans look south for unity in diversity - Abp John Chew interviewed in The Times

10. June 2006

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Anglicans look south for unity in diversity - Abp John Chew interviewed in The Times

Source: The Times     Times correspondent, Ruth Gledhill, asks the Archbishop of Southeast Asia how a communion facing crisis can survive SECRET meetings have taken place on which the key players refuse to comment. Old rivalries are festering and certainties crumbling as emerging powers challenge the established order....

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Strait Times (Singapore) interviews Archbishop John Chew

17. April 2006

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Source: The Strait Times April 16, 2006 THE LUNCH INTERVIEW - Straight talker who loves his work Bishop John Chew, head of the Anglican Church in Singapore, makes no apologies for expressing his views and believes other citizens should do the same. Unpretentious, solid and substantial, Dr Chew believes there could be other ways to...

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