“Theology of Hope: United by Postmodern Critical Augustinianism” (TLC, Sept. 5, 2010)
Archbishop of Canterbury
By John Martin, TLC Correspondent
“We have dusted off the ceremony, brought it into the public realm and put it into the context of prayer and worship.”
“Justin, of the 105 archbishops of Canterbury, five have been murdered. How does that make you feel?”
Archbishop David Moxon is heading to Rome as the Anglican Communion’s chief representative to the Roman Catholic Church.
“The glory of the future can be seen from time to time in lives that are fully turned to the face of Jesus.”
By John Martin in London
When Bishop Justin Welby appeared alongside the Lambeth Palace public affairs director, the sense of relief was almost palpable.
Bishop Justin Welby: “To be nominated to Canterbury is at the same time overwhelming and astonishing.”
Bishop Justin Welby’s thoughts on justice draw the British daily’s attention.
“I would like to be known, in headlines or otherwise, as a bishop who cared about God and cared about the people.”
Archbishop of Canterbury: “God expects us to be disciples today, not the day after tomorrow.”