Rowan Williams in Conversation with Greg Garret
Be a fly on the wall as two friends – one the former Archbishop of Canterbury, the other 'one of America's leading voices on religion and culture' (BBC Radio) – discuss their shared passions and interests.
Their discussion ranges widely and delves deeply, offering rich and rewarding insights into a variety of intellectual and spiritual pursuits – among them, friendship and good conversation, the gift of great novels, the importance of Shakespeare, imagination and the art of writing, engaging popular culture, the relationship between faith and politics, the practice of prayer, and the need for sacred community.
Rowan Williams' contribution to the spiritual life of the English-speaking world is widely appreciated by people of many different religious persuasions. This unusually relaxed and accessible introduction to the man and his thought reveals why.