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Home  >  Features  >  Desmond Tutu at the General Assembly

Desmond Tutu at the General Assembly

 

In 2009, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who was today (April 4) awarded the Templeton Prize, addressed the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. His speech electrified the hall and is generally agreed to be one of the most memorable General Assembly moments of recent years.

 

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