The first occupant of Lambeth Palace in several generations with an
international reputation as a theologian, former Archbishop of
Canterbury Rowan Williams is nevertheless often considered a
difficult writer, more admired than read and understood. Many
people remain puzzled by how his social radicalism can coexist with
a reputation for orthodoxy in doctrine. Rowan Williams: An
Introduction is the first thorough account of the former
Archbishop's career and evolution as a thinker. A long biographical
chapter is followed by three further sections on key aspects of
Williams's theology, spirituality and politics. The result is a
sympathetic but not uncritical profile of a leader with unmatched
talents for enhancing dialogue between Christianity and secular
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