The next Archbishop of
Canterbury will face labyrinthine difficulties of Church, State and
sexuality as he tries to get to grips with issues that have defeated one
of the top brains in the country.
Dr Rowan Williams had
intended as his main legacy a new document, the Anglican Covenant, that
would heal the wounds left by the ordination of gay bishops and help the
38 provinces worldwide to move forward as sister churches, united in
doctrine against secular liberalisation.
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