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Church of England considering ‘Gender-Neutral’ pronouns for God

The Church of England which has announced the launch of a new commission to look into the use of gender-neutral terms when referring to God.

The Anglican bishop Michael Ipgrave, vice-chair of the responsible liturgical commission, stated during the Church of England’s General Synod this week that the institution had been “exploring the use of gendered language in relation to God for several years.

A Church of England spokesperson claimed that the discussion “is nothing new” since “Christians have recognised since ancient times that God is neither male nor female, yet the variety of ways of addressing and describing God found in scripture has not always been reflected in our worship.”

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