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Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury

Name, briefly: Уильямс, Роуэн Дуглас
date of birth: 14 июня 1950 г.
Name in native language: Williams, Rowan Douglas
Name in English Williams, Rowan
Degree: доктор богословия
Person's type: Leaders of Christian confessions
Professional interests: Sociology, Philosophy, Theology, Literature Studies, Culturology, Slavic Studies, Anthropology
Denominations: Anglican churches

Author 12 публикаций:

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    December, 25
    (Статья)
    An interview with Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury.

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    November, 23
    (Новость)

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    November, 7
    (Новость)

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    October, 1
    (Новость)
    The Archbishop of Canterbury gives the Dr Rowan Williams Annual CUAC Lecture on the nature and aim of Christian – and in particular Anglican – higher education. Watch here.

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    August, 6
    (Книжное библиографическое описание)
    Following the appearance of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in 1950, C. S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia have enchanted children and adults alike for over half a century. In The Lion's World, Rowan Williams explores the moral landscape of all seven novels in the series, and offers an astute guide to their spiritual subtext. He draws on significant aspects of their author's life and thought, and on key themes in his other novels, painting a richly textured picture of his aims and achievements. At the same time, Williams gently but firmly rebuts those critics who have charged Lewis with sexism, racial stereotyping and the glorification of violence.

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    Jule, 11
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    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    April, 9
    (Новость)
    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams says that the ultimate test of the Christian religion is not whether it is useful, beneficial or helpful to the human race but whether or not its central claim – the resurrection of Jesus Christ – actually happened.

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    March, 19
    (Новость)

    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury, Бенедикт XVI (Йозеф Ратцингер), Папа Римский
    March, 12
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    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    March, 5
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    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    January, 30
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    Williams, Rowan Douglas, Archbishop of Canterbury
    January, 6
    (Книжное библиографическое описание)
    Thomas Merton’s life, especially once he had become a monk, was to a great extent one of dialogue with people who were either distant or dead (many saints and writers of past centuries). Rowan Williams looks closely at two such relationships in Merton’s life—first with the Orthodox theologian, Paul Evdokimov, and then with Karl Barth, the Reformed theologian who, by a surprising providence, died on the same day as Merton. Rowan also takes note of the impact on Merton’s thought of books by Hannah Arendt, Dostoevsky, Vladimir Lossky, Olivier Clément, Bonhoeffer, Boris Pasternak, and St. John of the Cross.

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