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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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A well-respected scholar and theologian is the Anglican Church of Canada's Bishop of the Diocese of Algoma.
An overflowing congregation in Sault Ste. Marie welcomed Stephen Gregory Weed Andrews as its 10th bishop Monday at a ceremony at St. Luke's Cathedral.
In addition to 11 of Ontario's bishops and more from across Canada, the head, or primate, of the church, Fred Hiltz, attended and spoke of Bishop Andrews' many assets.
"He has a very keen academic mind, and is a very skilled writer and speaker, particularly in the area of New Testament," said Hiltz at a post-ceremony gathering at the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre.
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