On September 11, 2001, Rowan Williams, The Newly Appointed Archbishop Of Canterbury, Was At Trinity Church, Wall Street, Just Two Blocks From The World Trade Center Trapped By Dust And Debris As The Terrible Events Of That Morning Unfolded, Williams Offered Encouragement And Prayer To Those Around Him Soon After, He Wrote This Small, Poignant Reflection On The Meaning Of That Horrific Day This Is Not A Book Of Academic Theology Or A Program For Action Rather, It Is One Person S Heartfelt Attempt To Find Words For The Grief, Shock, And Loss Following One Of America S Darkest Days It Is Also An Effort To Find Wisdom For The Days Ahead Newly Available In Paperback, Writing In The Dust Offers Spiritual Direction To All Who Struggle To Discern How Faith Might Begin To Think And Feel Its Way Through The Nightmare.
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- 78 pages
- Writing in the Dust
- Rowan Williams
- 14 April 2019 Rowan Williams