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Many Anglican traditionalists and evangelicals, for example, hold to the view that the resurrection of Jesus Christ was a real, historical event, just as the Bible says it was. Liberal attitudes are murkier; many say biblical accounts of Christ’s “virgin birth” and resurrection should be interpreted symbolically, not literally.
So sensitive are these questions that none of the four bishops now seeking election to the leadership of the Canadian church agreed to answer questions about personal beliefs for this article.
The First Mate of the Titanic has just been promoted.
They certainly have made their position known. Interesting that he had so much support from the laity.