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Jeremy Vine looks at what it means to be the established church
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Tuesday 29 October 2002 at 8pm
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In his poem Church Going, Philip Larkin ponders on the future of the church and church buildings in an increasingly secular age.

Jeremy Vine concludes his assessment of the state fo the Church of England, by focusing on the botton end of the establishment: the churches and congregations. Is the tension over human sexuality and women bishops likely to tear it apart?

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As Dr Rowan Williams prepares to take over as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Jeremy Vine assesses the Church of England, its strengths, divisions and future.

He looks at what it means to be the established church and asks whether its ties to the State are strangling it before our eyes
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