Donald Brind on Friday – from a Labour pespective “‘Oh gosh, yes,’ said the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby when asked if the terror attacks in Paris had caused him to doubt God. They had, he said, put a ‘chink in his armour’ of faith. But he warned against a knee-jerk military response, saying: ‘Two […]
Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham responded to a recent story of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby doubting God's presence in the wake of the Paris terror attacks, by stating that the Bible warns that things will only get worse.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Justin Welby, has admitted that the terror attacks in Paris have made him doubt the presence of God.
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Supporters of the United Nations and Progressive goal were thrilled when the UN released their Sustainable Development Goals, which are kind of about everything READ NOW: The Archbishop of Canterbury
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The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has announced that he will open up the doors of Lambeth Palace in London, where he resides, to at least one or two refugee families. The Anglican leader reminded followers that Jesus Christ Himself was a refugee fleeing war and persecution.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) A proposal to loosen the ties of the bitterly divided Anglican Communion drew mostly favorable reactions in Britain, while African prelates said they needed time to study the matter. Justin Welby, the archbishop...Show More Summary
Justin Welby, the spiritual leader of the Church of England, hopes the gathering can resolve a growing rift over female priests and same-sex relationships.
The Archbishop of Canterbury would support opening up "indirect lines of communication" with ISIS as a means of resolving the conflicts in Iraq and Syria, according to a Lambeth Palace spokesman. The Most Reverend Justin Welby, who has...Show More Summary
Making for a most blessed occasion, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on Sunday (July 5). A beaming Prince William smiled for the cameras as...Show More Summary
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has reportedly expressed his "deep concern" over a resolution inside the U.S. Episcopal Church's House of Bishops that is seeking to remove references to marriage as a union solely between a man and a woman, among several other changes.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Princess Charlotte, the baby daughter of Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate, will be christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury next month, her father's office announced on Friday.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury the Most Rev. Justin Welby said that the worst "poison pen letters" he receives are from other Christians. The leader of the Anglican Communion said that Christian groups are failing to show tolerance to one another, and said that religious leaders should look to confront the "profound differences" between faiths.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby, has warned that pretending that all faiths are the same or united is "dishonest," and may be helping to fuel religious extremism.