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[Robert Duncan's] take on Islam echoed the more strident tone of conservative U.S. evangelicals and not those who have called for “inter-faith dialogue” with Muslims.
“We’ve got to be about the business of engaging Islam … secularism, and materialism, but especially Islam. Because there is only one way to the Father, it’s the only way. It’s a matter of life and death,” he said to warm applause.
On another note, he evoked the Church of England’s founding father Henry VIII — crowned King of England 500 years ago – and held him up as an example of ”a ruler in the end gone astray, confiscating the property of a church in an almost contemporary way.”
This comparison of the legal battles between dissident dioceses and the Episcopal Church over property to Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries was probably meant in a light-hearted way. But it could also be taken as a jab from a new alliance that wants to come out swinging.
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