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The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rt. Rev. Justin Welby, has opened the call for nominations for the 2016 Michael Ramsey Prize through an announcement in the Church Times.

The competition was launched in 2005 by Lord Williams, then Archbishop of Canterbury, and is held every two to three years. The award commemorates Lord Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1961 to 1974, who worked to increase theological understanding among both the Christian and non-Christian population. The prize is administered by the publisher […]

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