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The next Archbishop of Canterbury: surveying the field

The next Archbishop of Canterbury: surveying the field

We don’t know who is going to be the next Archbishop of Canterbury, and we know little about some of Rowan Williams’ most likely successors. That’s why we find Laura Sykes’ ongoing evaluation of the field so helpful. Visit Lay Anglicana and have a look.

Of Bishop James Jones of Liverpool she writes:

Bishop James Jones is my hero. I first fell under his spell when I was reviewing his book ‘With My Whole Heart’ which, if you have not yet read, I can strongly recommend. And if you want to know why I think he would be a good Archbishop of Canterbury for the years immediately ahead, reading the review will I hope give you some idea.

See what she has to say about the others.


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