rowan williams

  • 6 Jun 2007

    The HQ of the Archbishop of Canterbury has described a headline in the Times newspaper as “completely misleading” in suggesting a report had declared the Bishop of Southwark drunk in a 2006 Christmas Party incident.

  • 3 Jun 2007

    To some the doctrine of the Trinity looks to be modern Christianity's achilles heel in a rationalistic age, but Simon Barrow argues that it points to the coherence of God-talk as well as the challenges the Gospel poses.

  • 12 May 2007

    Churches in Malaysia have appealed to the country's government to reconsider a decision to withdraw support for a Christian-Muslim seminar that was to have been chaired by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

  • 11 May 2007

    The Archbishop of Canterbury has praised retiring Prime Minister Tony Blair for recognising religion is public life and aiding peace in Northern Ireland. But his criticism of the Iraq war policy will be seen as very mild.

  • 5 May 2007

    Accused by critics of acting harshly towards the US Episcopal Church and softly towards those who attack it, Archbishop Rowan Williams has called on anti-gay Nigerian Primate Peter Akinola to refrain from intervening in the America church.

  • 28 Apr 2007

    Dr Rowan Williams has expressed his "deep sorrow" over mistakes made by the Church of England in the Peter Halliday child abuse case, affirming its tough policy and calling for vigilance.

  • 27 Apr 2007

    The church looking for ‘God slots’ in relation to culture is like religion seeking a ‘God of the gaps’ in relation to science: a huge mistake. The Gospel points us elsewhere.

  • 25 Apr 2007

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has urged politicians to rediscover the 'moral energy and vision' which he said, inspired anti-slave trade campaigner Wilberforce.

  • 23 Apr 2007

    The properly serious matter of climate change notwithstanding, the Church of England has gone for wry enlightenment with its latest press release.

  • 21 Apr 2007

    Church of England and Methodist congregations are increasingly involved in promoting 'fresh expressions' of church life which seek to connect with those disconnected from traditional ecclesiastical forms. A new DVD tells their story.