Christians in Britain and the US who claim that they are persecuted should "grow up" and not exaggerate what amounts to feeling "mildly uncomfortable", according to Rowan Williams, former archbishop of Canterbury. "When you've had any contact with real persecuted minorities you learn to use the word very chastely," he said. "Persecution is not being made to feel mildly uncomfortable. 'For goodness sake, grow up,' I want to say."
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams tells ‘persecuted’ western Christians to grow up...“When you've had any contact with real persecuted minorities you learn to use the word very chastely,” he said. “Persecution is not being made to feel mildly uncomfortable."
A Conversation with Rowan Williams: "As I’ve said on other occasions, when people compare Christian belief to belief in the tooth fairy or Santa Claus, I want to ask, where are the Divine Comedies or Matthew Passions or Four Quartets inspired by the tooth fairy?"
Let Muslim primary school teachers wear full-face veil in class – Rowan Williams Former Archbishop of Canterbury says ‘panic’ about the niqab is 'largely misplaced' even if young children cannot see their teacher’s face. 10Nov14 DT This is same ABC who welcomed Islam into Britain. Does he suffer from BSE?
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has announced he is to stand down in December. He will take the position of Master of Magdalene College at the University of Cambridge from January next year, his website says. He is the author of many books which in my oppinion are treasure troves of wisdom!