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This title presents a thought for each day of the year by the hundredth Archbishop of Canterbury. The unending adventure - January 1 - People sometimes ask me if I have ever felt like losing my faith. No: my faith is always part of me. But faith isn't a state of easy and calm security, it is an adventure of ceaseless battling with troubles: a peace of mind and a serenity indeed, but a costly peace and serenity in the midst of conflict. After all, our world is a world on conflict, and faith is not an escape from it, but something which - in St. John's words - 'overcomes it'.
|Publication date:||1st March 2009|
|Author:||Arthur Michael Ramsey|
|Categories:||Spirituality & religious experience,|
MICHAEL RAMSEY was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1961 to 1974. He died in 1988.More About Arthur Michael Ramsey