Rowan Williams: Love, liberty & life after Canterbury

Dr Rowan Williams has stepped down from his role as Archbishop of Canterbury - but don't go thinking this means that he has slowed down. As well as being the Master of Magdalene College Cambridge, Dr Williams is a member of the House of Lords and continues to work with churches and other faith groups all around the world. 

Hear from the man himself on matters of God, life and meeting his wife, as he took time out of his busy schedule to answer both questions from Premier staff and those you sent in on Facebook.

What does the Church get so wrong?

What was the most important thing you learnt as Archbishop of Canterbury?

How did you know Jane was The One?

What's the most important thing for Christians to do in the world?

Listen to hear more of Dr Williams' words of wisdom. 

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