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Topic: Dr Rowan Williams

Rowan Williams is wrong. If Christians in Britain face persecution, they should not be afraid to complain

Lord Williams’s comments highlight how Christians are on the back foot in this country

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Dr Rowan Williams: joint prayer and contemplation are key to evangelising the world

Dr Williams tells Pope and synod that evangelisation is ‘overflow’ of disciple’s journey to Christ

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Nick Clegg tells archbishops: I did not use the word ‘bigot’

The Deputy Prime Minister distances himself from remark in letter to Anglican and Catholic leaders

Dr Rowan Williams says that ‘aggressive secularism’ has nothing to do with persecution; Lord Carey and Bishop Nazir-Ali disagree. Who’s right?

Dr Williams speaks from the perspective of the high table and senior common room: but Dr Nazir-Ali has actually been persecuted

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor: ‘I thought of being called Benedict if elected pope’

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor tells Luke Coppen about his hopes for unity and the joy of choosing a pope

We should respect minority religious laws, Muslim, Jewish or Hindu: but only if they accept our over-arching tradition of liberty under the law of England

Sharia law is in some respects incompatible with English law: where they clash, English law should prevail