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Colin O'Brien
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Namibia Bishop in Exile book. Colin O'Brien Winter has for thirteen years been intensely involved in the church of Namibia as Bishop of the Diocese of Damaraland.

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Colin O'Brien Winter (10 October 1928 – 17 November 1981), was an English Anglican bishop, who served as Bishop of Damaraland, a diocese of the Church of the Province of Southern Africa.

Colin O'Brien Winter (10 October 1928 – 17 November 1981), was an English Anglican bishop, who served as Bishop of Damaraland, a diocese of the Church of the Province of Southern Africa (now the Anglican Church of Southern Africa) coextensive with the territory of what is now Namibia during the apartheid era. Born in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, United Kingdom, Winter was educated at Loughborough College, Lincoln College, Oxford and Ely Theological College

Anglican bishop Colin Winter fully supported the Lutheran stand, while the Roman Catholic bishops offered . In November 1972 the diocesan synod asked Colin Winter not to resign as bishop, but to remain as bishop in exile

Anglican bishop Colin Winter fully supported the Lutheran stand, while the Roman Catholic bishops offered qualified support. Soon after this there was a rather strange series of events that led to the deportation of Bishop Colin Winter. David de Beer, the diocesan treasurer, was asked to speak to a student group at the University of the Witwatersrand (his alma mater) on Namibia. In November 1972 the diocesan synod asked Colin Winter not to resign as bishop, but to remain as bishop in exile. To ensure that episcopal ministry would still be provided a priest, Richard Wood was elected as suffragan bishop. but was himsef deported on 1975-06-16.

In 1969, shortly after Colin Winter became bishop, the South African government undertook a "rearrangement", which would make Namibia more like a province of South Africa

In 1969, shortly after Colin Winter became bishop, the South African government undertook a "rearrangement", which would make Namibia more like a province of South Africa. This also led to divisions in the church, where some Anglicans wanted a separate diocese of Ovamboland, which would consist, in effect, of the "homeland" designated by the Odendaal Plan.

Rt Revd Colin O Brien Winter Damaraland (Namibia) Province . Books by Colin Winter. The Breaking Process, London: SCM Press (1981) ISBN 0-334-00139-0.

Rt Revd Colin O Brien Winter Damaraland (Namibia) Province Southern Africa Enthroned 1968 Predecessor Robert Herbert Mize, Jr. Successor. Just People, London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (1971) ISBN 0281026041.

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The Bishop's Legacy is a prophecy

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Colin O'Brien Winter (10 October 1928 – 17 November 1981), was an English Anglican bishop, who served as Bishop of Damaraland, a diocese of the Church of the Province of Southern Africa. Born in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, United Kingdom, Winter was educated at Loughborough College, Lincoln College, Oxford and Ely Theological College

Namibia is an Anglican bishop's searing account of racial oppression in South West Africa and of his struggle to minister to the needs of his diocese there in the face of apartheid. Colin O'Brien Winter has for thirteen years been intensely involved in the church of Namibia as Bishop of the Diocese of Damaraland.