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March 15th, 2002

by Gerry McCarthy

Rowan Williams was elected Anglican Archbishop of Wales in December 1999. A distinguished theologian, he was Professor of Theology at Oxford from 1986 to 1992. His many books include Teresa of Avila, Open to Judgment, Sergii Bulgakov, Lost Icons: Reflections on Cultural Bereavement, and On Christian Theology. His forthcoming book Ponder These Things: Praying with Icons of the Virgin (Sheed & Ward) will be published this June. Married with two children, William’s wife, Jane Paul, teaches at Trinity College, Bristol.
     I reached Archbishop Williams by telephone in Stow Hill, Newport, South Wales. We spoke about his books
Lost Icons and On Christian Theology.


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