Increased crime and disorder, public nuisance and decreased public safety at a place which is dear to people from various Christian traditions.
"Rowan Douglas Williams, Baron Williams of Oystermouth" is an Anglican Communion/Anglican bishop, theologian and poet.
Williams was the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, Metropolitan (religion)/Metropolitan of the Province of Canterbury and Primacy of Canterbury/Primate of All England, offices he held from December 2002 to December 2012, and was previously Bishop of Monmouth and Archbishop of Wales, making him the first Archbishop of Canterbury in modern times not to be appointed from within the Church of England.
Williams spent much of his earlier career as an academic at the universities of Cambridge and Oxford successively. He speaks three languages and reads at least nine. He has since described his spoken German language/German as a "disaster area" and said that he is "a very clumsy reader and writer of Russian language/Russian".If you enjoy these quotes, be sure to check out other famous theologians! More Rowan Williams on Wikipedia.
A huge fallacy to suppose that one community is somehow more intrinsically prone to violence or outrage than any other.
We have to learn to be human along-side all sorts of others, the ones whose company we don't greatly like.
I am certainly not ascribing to the defenders of euthanasia or assisted dying any motive but the desire to spare people unnecessary suffering.
The leading theologian in our communion.
We are still on that path, and irrevocably committed to it.
Is someone who has always combined a passion for sharing the Gospel with a keen sense of the problems and challenges of our society, particularly where racism is concerned.
I am pleased that Prince Charles and Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles have decided to take this important step.
The question, 'How can you believe in a God who permits suffering on this scale?' is therefore very much around at the moment, and it would be surprising if it weren't - indeed it would be wrong if it weren't.