Thursday, 9 June 2011

Turbulent Priests?

By an extraordinary coincidence, Theos has chosen today to publish its report, Turbulent Priests? (link to PDF copy)

‘Turbulent Priests?’, by Daniel Gover, examines the political interventions of Rowan Williams, George Carey and Robert Runcie since 1979.

Covering issues as wide ranging as asylum, criminal justice, military conflict and church schools, the report seeks to answer the question: does the Archbishop of Canterbury contribute a moral voice in support of the common good that is much needed in contemporary British politics?

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I'm not too keen on the advertising aspect of the 'Theos' brochure. Sounds too commercial to me!

Posted by: Father Ron Smith on Friday, 10 June 2011 at 12:00pm BST

When I read what Rowan wrote.. I almost wanted the Anglican Church to be true again!

Posted by: Robert ian williams on Friday, 10 June 2011 at 9:03pm BST
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