Prior to the announcement Church Society opposed
the appointment of Dr Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Canterbury and since then the Council has stated consistently that we cannot accept his spiritual authority. The Society has stated that this is not a personal matter but that it is intolerable for someone who holds the views he holds to be Archbishop of the Church of England.
A REPORT OF THE MEETING of representatives of the Society with Dr Williams
after his appointment was announced.
Press releases regarding the appointment
Subsequent statements or analysis.
Shadow Gospel: Rowan Williams and the Anglican Communion Crises. By Charles Raven. Churchman review by Stephen Walton, issue Spring 2012
Open Letter to the Primates and faithful Anglicans of the Gloval South accompanied by
Summary of the teaching of Rowan Williams from a report by SPREAD.
'Not Discerning the Body': Revisiting Rowan Williams' "The Body's Grace." Churchman article by John Richardson.
Archbishop's secretive communion service with "Clergy Consultation"
A Challenge Without A Hope. James Crabtree comments on Rowan Williams paper, 'The Challenge and Hope of being an Anglican Today.'
Gerald Bray's critique of 'The Body's Grace' by Rowan Willia
Druids, Bards & Archbishops
concerning letter to the Sunday Times. The Sunday Times has
consistently supported Rowan Williams and its sister paper, The
Times, was instrumental in casting unfounded allegations against
other candidates for Archbishop. The religious affairs correspondent
of the Sunday Times was Rowan Williams best man.