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Jeremy Trew

It's a beautifully written letter by Archbishop Rowan and an excellent apology for academic theology - if all that massive understanding possessed by Rowan enables him to distill something of such simplicity and yet awe then his learning was clearly time well used. As commentators on the link have written, "it is not the complete answer, yet what six year old could understand a complete answer?" I would add; what adult could understand a complete answer? There's mystery and space to wonder in what Rowan has written. Thanks Rowan.
I'd also add that the story makes a more interesting read on Lulu's dad'd own blog; http://www.alexrenton.com/index_files/Page501.htm

Matt

http://betweenboundaries.blog.com/2011/06/09/safe-uncertainty/

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