Q & A with the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Bodleian Manifold Greatness exhibition
Less than two weeks ago, he was being watched around the world during the royal wedding, but just recently Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, has been on a four-day visit to the Oxford diocese—ending yesterday at the Manifold Greatness exhibition at the Bodleian Library.
We’ve been following along on Twitter (@lambethpalace) and his website, www.archbishopofcanterbury.com, and looking forward to the exhibition visit! The Bodleian stop included a 33-minute question and answer with Oxford students that is already available online.
On his website, you can find an account of the entire four-day visit to the diocese, which includes plenty of audio clips. Scroll to the very end for info on the Manifold Greatness visit. Or, go right to an audio-only page with the full Q & A.
Questions include the consequences of having different translations, the difference between hearing and seeing biblical text, and more. The audio begins with about five minutes of remarks by the archbishop before the first question.
UPDATE: Learn more about the archbishop’s visit and the question and answer session from this Bodleian Library announcement, which includes photos.
This entry was posted on May 10, 2011 by manifoldgreatness. It was filed under At the Bodleian, In the News, The KJB Today and was tagged with Archbishop of Canterbury, Authorized King James Version, Bodleian Library, Diocese, Folger Shakespeare Library, Lambeth Palace, Oxford, Rowan Williams.