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Atheist United Church minister keeps her job as 'heresy trial' called off

CP24 Friday, 9 November 2018
A United Church minister who had faced an unprecedented ecclesiastical court hearing over her professed atheism is no longer in danger of a defrocking after the two sides reached an agreement in the long-running case.

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