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Archbishop Rowan Williams today announced his resignation as the Archbishop of Canterbury.
I have enormous admiration for Archbishop Rowan Williams. He is the thoughtful, insightful, and profoundly spiritual, if frequently embattled, Archbishop of Canterbury. But today I wish I had the opportunity to ask the Archbishop of Canterbury a question that unsettles me.
Lulu is a primary school student who attends a church school in Scotland. Recently she came home from school and wrote a letter:
To God how did you get invented? From Lulu o x
Lulu’s father Alex Renton who is a journalist and professes that he does not believe in God, was taken aback by his daughter’s letter. Unsure how to respond, he forwarded his young daughter’s correspondence to a number of experts including Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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