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Nancy Dart


Now that you mention that conversation, I have the stirrings of the memory of it, 35 years later. I can hear him telling the tale in that mellifluous voice, with that great laugh of his. I love your recollections as well!


Yes, mellifluous is absolutely the word! (Thanks to Nancy for pointing out that the conversation I described was in the 70s, not the 90s. That's what I meant to say; those decades are whipping by so quickly...)

When I had a chance to hear Bishop Spong speak at the Common Dreams Conference in Sydney in 2007 it was a very different (and healing) experience, as if he and I had "made up" - agreeing to disagree but in a spirit of peace. (He and I have never met so this is all on my side.)

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