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General Synod Questions and Answers

The booklet containing the Questions and Answers to be dealt with in this evening’s session is now available on line.

You will need this file open if you are listening to the proceedings as the answers, never mind the questions, will not be read out loud.

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Jeremy Pemberton
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Jeremy Pemberton

Are we going to get a transcript of these questions? I see there are comments from the ABC about them not being well handled – but I haven’t read what was said. And I would like to.

Simon Sarmiento
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Yes, I will publish a full report on the Questions, Answers, and Apology, but it won’t be possible until Monday at the earliest.

Mark Bennet
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Mark Bennet

Is there no audio of the questions?

Simon Sarmiento
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Not yet. I am sure it will come in time…

Peter Owen
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The sound recording of the questions is now available.

https://soundcloud.com/the-church-of-england/synod-friday-10th-july-evening-questions

The first eight minutes are silent.

Will Richards
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Will Richards

Fr Thomas Seville CR gets this session’s “Jo Spreadbury Prize” for flushing out the truth. His supplementary to Q.14 (answered by the Bishop of Truro) revealed that there was not one professional theologian in the room when the Green Report was being compiled. I find it arrogant beyond words that Tim Thornton thought it was remotely satisfactory to stand before Synod and answer by saying that he, James Langstaff, Lee Rayfield, John Sentamu, and Justin Welby were the theologians present. This simply proves that this whole process is being overseen by a bunch of self-selecting lightweight amateurs who seem to… Read more »