Spiritual head of the Church of England is confident that his successor will be equally combative in public life The archbishop of Canterbury has said that making “risky and anything but infallible judgments” is a key part of the job as spiritual head of the Church of England, and that he doubts his successor will disagree. Three months before he is due to leave Lambeth Palace after nearly 10 years in office, Rowan Williams said that although he had certain regrets he believed the role necessitated outspoken interventions. His comments on sharia law in 2008 proved particularly controversial.
Rowan Williams defends outspoken approach as archbishop
Posted by getsomenews.com on Oct 02, 2012