Anarchy, Church and Utopia: Rowan Williams on the Church

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A brilliant, short, sharp study of the ecclesiology of Rowan Williams. Hobson examines the development of Williams' theology and argues that his account of the church is so open, so self-critical, so idealistically Christo-centric and so post-modern that it is questionable whether the traditional institutional structures can survive it. Beneath the apparent orthodoxy, there is a sort of Christian anarchy.