I brought The Guardian for two reason's today: the opinion poll putting Labour on 40%, the Conservatives on 32% and Lib Dems on 20% and a telling article by Stephen Bates on the crisis facing Anglicanism over homosexuality.
Rowan Williams stands as a bridge between two warring parties who are set on not embracing normal Anglican compromise Normally, churches take for ever to make decisions. Time, however, is running out concerning this issue.
Like most Anglicans, I believe that Rowan Williams is the best bridge that can be offered.
The day he left the Governing Body of the Church in Wales he said: "Oh, perhaps I'll stay then." We'll have him back any time.
supremely and ardently solicitous
2 months ago