"Arius: Heresy and Tradition" by Rowan Williams

Wednesday, 06 Jun 2007

The republication, with a substantial new afterward, of Rowan Williams's Arius should be welcomed by the thoughtful Christian public for several reasons. First, at the time of writing, Williams is one of the main contenders for the vacancy at Lambeth Palace and may well be the head of the Anglican communion by the time this goes to press. As such, he stands on the brink of being one of the most significant worldwide church leaders of the next decades; his writings, thus, have more than mere scholarly significance, and Arius, as his masterpiece, must form a central part ...

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