Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury
A lecture given by Archbishop Rowan Williams, during a visit to the Diocese of Guildford, on Tuesday 2nd March 2010.
Republished with kind permission from the Archbishop’s Press office.
In this lecture Dr Williams examines and elucidates the concept of finality and uniqueness of Jesus Christ, in a way that will allow us to “re-connect our Christology with our anthropology” and “to encounter both the religious and the non-religious other with the generous desire to share, and the humble desire to learn, and the patience to let God work out his purpose as is best in his eyes.” A full transcript of the lecture can be found following this link.
The Finality of Christ
Dr Rowan Williams is the 104th and current Archbishop of Canterbury, principal leader of the Church of England, and the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion.