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I found this difficult reading, but that wasn t Williams fault He was writing for the academic reader so he didn t bother to translate his Greek or French or for that matter his English Difficult, but I enjoyed the stretch The essay on Karl Barth s triune theology was very, very good. A collection of 14 essays by the Archbishop of Canterbury, this book explores several topics in modern theology such as postmodernity, innocence and negative theology This volume is very well written, but very dense This is no mere introduction to Williams viewpoint on some of the various topics of theology Highly recommended for students of religion or philosophy, but not for the armchair theologian. I ve been working on a thesis and it wasn t until I read the first essay on Lossky that I realized Williams would make an excellent sparring partner I ve made use of a good deal of his essays in this work because of their relevance to my work. A collection of lesser writings which should have generally stayed that way. This is a collection of essays written by Bishop Williams at various points in his life There are too many different topics to deal with here, but it should suffice to say that if you do not like theology, you will not like this book Williams demonstrates the breadth and depth of his knowledge by engaging with a variety of different theologians on different topics.The writing is highly technical and presumes an amount of theological knowledge If you have the patience to wade through it, it will probably be well worth the effort Grade B `DOWNLOAD EBOOK ⇻ Wrestling with Angels: Conversations in Modern Theology ☠ Serious Negotiations Is A Collection Of Writings By Rowan Williams Spanning And Focusing On His Insightful Engagement With A Wide Range Of Modern Theologians And Philosophers From Vladimir Lossky, Whose Work Was A Key Impetus Early In Williams Career, Through A Range Of Classic Figures Like Hegel, Wittgenstein, Weil And Girard, Or Barth, Bonhoeffer, Rahner And Von Balthasar, And On To Recent Figures Such As Don Cupitt Many Of The Papers Published Here Are Now Out Of Print Or Are Otherwise Difficult To Obtain Serious Negotiations Is For Anyone Interested In Rowan William S Theology, Be They A Member Of The Anglican Clergy Or A Student Of Modern Theology The Key Themes Explored Across These Essays Are Negative Theology, Postmodernity, Violence, Innocence, Divine Action And The Nature Of Historical Development In Theology Which, Brought Together In This Volume, Illuminate Williams Powerfully Coherent Theological Vision