From Australian theologian Ben Myers who writes at the blog Faith and Theology:
It is often said that Williams is an unusual churchman – too scholarly, too ponderous, too sensitive to complexity – but it should equally be said that he is an unusual scholar. Although he has made important contributions to several academic disciplines – not only theology but also history, political philosophy and literary criticism – his deepest commitment has always been to the cultivation of community rather than to any particular intellectual project.
If his critics complained that he was an unusually academic archbishop, Cambridge will also find him to be an unusually priestly scholar.
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