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Hi,

I was looking at the online magazine article titled "Crackup of Anglican Communion at Hand, Evangelical Bishops Say" by Timothy C. Morgan and have these questions on selected paragraphes there.

1. On the second sentence of this paragraph, what could be the full version of what Archbishop Williams said? Why,as it seems, did the author only put quotation marks in the part he did?

He hoped the conference would eschew a political solution to the theological divisions within the church and focus on "building relationships." While this would not settle the disputes of doctrine and discipline, "it is certain that without the building of relationships the challenges will never be resolved," Archbishop Williams said, according to bishops present at the opening session.

2. Why did the author not put the quotation marks around 'by being faithful to God first and last'?

The impending implosion of the Anglican Communion was a tragedy where everyone would come away the loser, Bishop Venables said. "But at the end of the day, Jesus is the Lord of the church and we are to follow him," by being faithful to God first and last.
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It's simple. Enquoted are only Archbishop's words. The author seems to "incorporate" his quotations into his own text in a smooth manner, so that his words and those of Archbishop work as a whole, which they actually are not.

Here's how I can qoutate you: Anonymous said that while "looking at the online magazine article" he stumbled across a quotating technique that he had never seen before.
Sorry, the name of the magazine that the article is from is Christianity Today. So, it is an article titled "Crackup of Anglican Communion at Hand, Evangelical Bishops Say" by Timothy C. Morgan, from Christianity Today (online).