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The Archbishop of Canterbury

  • Aired: 04/27/2001
  • 06:01
  • Rating: NR
Dr. George Carey — the Archbishop of Canterbury — leads the world’s 63 million Anglicans, more than two million of them American Episcopalians. He is an evangelical who believes Christians should try to convert others so they can be saved. But should that be done with Jews, who already have their own covenant with God? If so, how?
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We talk with Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. George Carey about interfaith communication.
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