“Being Christian” by Rowan Williams gives readers a clear understanding of Christian life.
By Derek Olsen • Rowan Williams speaks on “Theology as a Way of Life.”
Professors Anthony Baker and Scott Bader-Saye of Seminary of the Southwest will interview Baron Rowan Williams June 24.
Review by Jesse Zink
Archbishop Rowan Williams’s tenure was marked by an inability to say “I have no need of you.”
“Theology of Hope: United by Postmodern Critical Augustinianism” (TLC, Sept. 5, 2010)
Bishop Justin Welby: “To be nominated to Canterbury is at the same time overwhelming and astonishing.”
Archbishop of Canterbury: “God expects us to be disciples today, not the day after tomorrow.”
“Don’t see religion as a political entity but in its own context.”
By John Martin
Delay in appointing a successor to Rowan Williams prompts questions about the viability of the role.
By Mark Chapman
Archbishop Williams has carried the burdens of conflict, and has shown a huge and sometimes costly commitment to unity.