Talking Theology

Rowan Williams - What does being human look like in a time of pandemic?

June 08, 2020 Philip Plyming Season 2 Episode 14
Talking Theology
Rowan Williams - What does being human look like in a time of pandemic?
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Talking Theology
Rowan Williams - What does being human look like in a time of pandemic?
Jun 08, 2020 Season 2 Episode 14
Philip Plyming

What questions does living through a pandemic invite us to ask as people of faith? What difference does it make that all are made in the image of God? How does faith expand the landscape in which we can live? Why is it more important to be forgiven than to succeed? What new things of faith are stirring in the Body of Christ at this time?

The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Lord Williams of Oystermouth, or Rowan Williams as he is better known, is Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and was previously Archbishop of Canterbury from 2002-2012. For more about Rowan, see here.

Show Notes

What questions does living through a pandemic invite us to ask as people of faith? What difference does it make that all are made in the image of God? How does faith expand the landscape in which we can live? Why is it more important to be forgiven than to succeed? What new things of faith are stirring in the Body of Christ at this time?

The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Lord Williams of Oystermouth, or Rowan Williams as he is better known, is Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and was previously Archbishop of Canterbury from 2002-2012. For more about Rowan, see here.