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sensation must we endure

FEMINISTS have gone too far, by depicting a woman on the cross, not I believe in the sense of artistic licence, but motivated in a disturbing attack on all that millions of Christians value above all else; that thousands have died for, and that Christ the Son of God died on, the ground of faith and symbol of truth — the Cross.

What is this kind of feminist arrogance going to do to help those imprisoned, sick, dying, abandoned, whose strength comes from Christ, and from God and the Holy Spirit, they have no right to be subjected to this flagrant sensationalism.

There has been rejection of Edwina Sandys' sculpture, by the Right Reverend Walter Dennis, Suffragan Bishop of New York, at the exhibiting of the sculpture. We must thank heaven for that.

If the Cross were to be displayed in Poland there would be no opposition to the authorities there wishing to disallow its presence.

Mrs. F. E. Meigh Tetbury, Gloucestershire




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