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Rowan Williams: Theological Education Is For Everyone

In an interview recently published in Christianity Today, the former Archbishop of Canterbury and current Master of Magdalene College, Oxford, Rowan Williams,  makes the case that theological education should be accessible to everyone.

Well, in the broadest possible sense, theological education is learning more about the world that faith creates, or the world that faith trains you to inhabit. That’s what I really want to come back to again and again when I talk about theology. It’s not […]

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