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Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print
Love the Sinner Print

Love the Sinner Print

An international group of church leaders converge on an African hotel to contend the need for Christian doctrine to change with the times. Fierce theological debate demonstrates that what's current thinking on one continent is abhorrent to another. In a neighbouring room, a brief sexual encounter between Joseph, a local porter, and Michael, a British conference volunteer, leads to a direct and potent challenge both to Michael, as he returns to England to grapple with ethics of his owns, and to the liberal claims and professed compassion of the affluent West and its church.
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